OFF THE ROAD RADIAL TYRE PATTERN B03S

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Q:How to choose car tires
Only to sell expensive on the right. The The
Q:After the car tires fill, can not use?
Usually checked by a professional tire dealer before deciding whether or not to repair. If it is a normal patch range, you can continue to use
Q:Why are car tires always black?
I had white bicycle tires once but they didn't stay that way for long. What would be the point of making them any other color when after use they will be black anyhow?
Q:Used Racing tires.?
These may be hard to come by. Tires for teams in Le Mans are leased rather than purchased by teams (teams themselves never see the inner construction, wheels are given to the tire company reps on site which then mount the tires and deliver them back to the team in the paddock). Once used, tires are returned to the teams. While F1 tires are now "spec," they are still handled in much the same way as mentioned above. All tires are individually serialized, tracked, and returned to Bridgestone after use (or the race/test if the tire is not used). I am not sure about IRL Tires as I am not as familiar with the specific tires used here. But if it is similar to what CART used to do, these are just basic slicks... if you go to a race you can often just ask a crew member for a worn out tire if you have paddock access. Your best bet, for decorative purposes, would be to contact a reseller of used racing tires (just basic cantilevered slicks), and see about buying some with very little tread (or ask for a lead to buy some worn out tires from a team... they should have this kind of info since they are most likely buying scrubbed tires from here in order to resell them). Your chances of getting this kind of tire is high, while anything from the top flight of motorsports will be very unlikely.
Q:Car tire model, 195 / 70R15C meaning
Should be a bike!
Q:The difference between car tires and truck tires
What is the difference between truck tires and car tires? Car tires: tires mounted on the car, mainly for good road on the high-speed driving, the maximum speed of up to 240km / h or more, requires comfortable ride, low noise, with good handling and stability. More use of meridian structure. Truck tires are generally tires for trucks, dump trucks, all kinds of special vehicles and trailers. The road is more complex, with good asphalt road, there are poor gravel road, dirt road, muddy road, ice and snow road, and even no road conditions, driving speed is generally not more than 80km / h.
Q:What are the load and speed levels on the tires?
On behalf of various models
Q:Would you like to ask the car tires, is the screw clockwise or counterclockwise?
Will the car on the left side of the car wheel and the right side of the wheel thread is not the same. The left side of the wheel bolts are common right-hand thread, that is, clockwise rotation of the bolts and nuts for tightening, the left side of the car wheel for a long time to move forward, is counterclockwise rotation, the nut will not loose. The right wheel bolts are not commonly used in the left-hand thread, that is, counter-clockwise rotation of bolts and nuts for tightening, then the right side of the wheel wheel for a long time to move forward, clockwise rotation, making the nut has been tightened state, it is not easy to loose The
Q:How to check the car tire age
The tires were written that year.
Q:What causes a bubble in a sidewall of a tire?
its a defect.....the layers of rubber have disbonded and air is passing thru the layers....creating a bubble (or baby) on the sidewall........the tire is weakened by this....NOT GOOD AND RETURN!!!!.....any sidewall damage is BAD.....gouges, deep cuts, bubbles/babies, peeling, etc....ALL BAD

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