OFF THE ROAD RADIAL TYRE PATTERN MWS2 FOR LOADER DOZER GRADER

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Good traction and protection; Stable comfortable ride; Special abrasion resistance with long-lasting tread life; Suitable for many conditions such as stone pit industry zone and underground mine.

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Q:Is the car tires wide or narrow?
The tire size must be the same as the original car assembly tires specifications, if necessary to change the tire specifications must go to a professional modified store for tire upgrades, or consult the car manufacturer. The
Q:Studded or Unstudded Winter Tires?
All season tires are crappy in all seasons. they are bad in rain, snow, ice, mud, gravel.... They are a cheap option for people who do not care about their own safety, or the safety of others. If you live, or frequently go where it snows, then winter tires are the way to go. Studded tires, check local laws about that. Tire shops should be able to answer this. Any winter tires made by well known brands (goodyear, bridgestoone, firestone, perelli....) all make great winter tires.
Q:Will there be any harm in car tires in the open space?
Car tires in the open storage will be bad: because the tire is rubber products, so when driving, parking or storage of tires must be careful not to oil, acid, flammable and chemical corrosion products, otherwise it will cause corrosion, deformation, softening The Parking, it is recommended to park the vehicle in a cool place to avoid direct sunlight caused by premature aging of the tire, damage. In addition, usually pay attention to the tire tire pressure: tire pressure, although appropriate, neither too high nor too low, but the tire pressure can not be immutable, with the changes in season and road conditions. Winter to increase the tire pressure, winter outdoor temperature is low, the impact of thermal expansion and contraction of tire pressure will be reduced, if not appropriate to increase tire pressure, not only will increase the car fuel consumption, but also accelerate the wear of car tires. Usually in the highway driving, tire pressure should be increased by 10%, in order to reduce the heat generated by friction, thereby enhancing the safety of traffic. Therefore, in different seasons the appropriate tire pressure is not the same, the main car with the changes in the season to replace the car tire tire pressure to extend the tire life.
Q:15 to 16 tires of car tires, is it in.
Is in inches. 55: called flattening of tires, meaning: the ratio of the sidewall height (tire wall) to the tire width is 55%; the ratio of the sidewall height to the tire width is 55% R: steel radial tires, 15: the diameter of the hub is 15 inches.
Q:roadbike tires?
Maxxis Detonators sound like an all right tire. Pez Cycling News thinks they are okay and the posters on Road Bike Reviews like them. I see where Amazon sells them for $23.00. For $10.00 more you could get Michelin Krylion Carbon at Bike Tires Direct. The both weigh 235g and are very puncture resistant, and they both last forever. It' a matter of budget. For the price the Maxxis are literally the best you can do.
Q:' 02 rsx tires?
I go through tires way faster than you, I like cooper tires because of the long life and good traction I get from them, its about $ 400 to $600 for any of the tires I list, that is about 85 to 100 a tire, and 100 for mounting and balencing all 4. my favorites are the cooper xenon (very good handling, low life) cooper trendsetter, (long life, good handling) the prelli p3000 (very long life, so so handling) prelli p4000 (good life, handles good) prelli p6000 (ok life, very good handling, very quiet, if you slide the car all the time then they will wear out very fast) you can spend 250 a tire (that is 1100 total, and get worse tires than I listed, price is no guarantee they are good for anything, be ware of bf goodwrench and good year, they are really expensive for what you get. be ware of futuara (I think that is how it is spelled), they have such bad handling they are unsafe. ( I hit a small patch of sand and almost died in a car wreck because of futuara's bad tires, and yes it really was the tires that did it) hope i helped
Q:Kuhmo tires?
I am a mechanic and have used them on several cars. The first set of Kumho tires I bought I was attracted to the very low price for a car I intended to sell (more profit!). I was so happy with the first set that every set of tires I have bought since then has been Kumho. They have all been quiet and ride and handling has been acceptable. I was most impressed by how little weight it takes to balance them. I'm not sure if that is a real indicator of quality, it just took far less weight to balance them then most other tires do. On one set of 4 I didn't use more than an ounce of lead total to balance all four.
Q:tire size difference?
any two tires on any ONE axile SHOULD BE the exact same size and width TO BE AS SAFE AS POSSIBLE... any difference in the two tires on the same axile (two on front or two on back) would throw off the even ride of the axile and COULD damage it... Axiles are expensive and if you happen to be DRIVING when an axile has a problem, it COULD cause a DEATH... just make sure if you have a p225 60 on one side of the axile that the opposite tire is also a p225 60.... you CAN have two different sizes of tires on the car----smaller in front larger in rear axile.
Q:balloon tires?
I have an Electra Straight 8 with the 3 wide tires and they eliminate the vibrations that one would feel from road irregularities. However these are the only tires I have ever had on it. I switch from 2" balloons and 1" racing tires on my recumbent bike and I have noticed these differences. The 2" tires allow me to run a lower pressure without damaging rims (around 50psi). If I was to run this low a pressure on the narrower tires the rims would be damaged by any large bumps or rocks I might run over, therefore they must be run at 90psi. The lower air pressure is what gives you a smoother ride. The lower pressure may make your bike slower rolling but unless you actually racing you probably wont notice it. Many riders will ride 100 miles with their tires at 50psi just for the comfort and don't feel slowed at all, some even say they are faster. I really don't see any need to run a tire over 1.5" or 38mm wide if you are riding on the road. The 2"ers I have are nice and comfy, they make feel better when I ride in the winter and may encounter ice but I don't think I will buy tires this wide again. They feel a little squirrelly when I go into a turn at high speed but I have not lost control of the bike yet. I would recommend that if your tires are 1.5"(38mm) or larger you can probably ride safely at 50psi (check the sidewall to be sure). This will make your bike ride smoother and give you more traction.
Q:How to judge the car tires should not change the new?
If the tire is found to have serious wear and tear, the car's braking force will be reduced. To prevent such a situation, it is best to replace it in time.

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