OTR Tire , Giant Tiyre Series

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This series of tyre are with Solid matrix, popular pattern, strong adhesion, excellent traction performance and traction trafficability, low heat generation, large load capacity, abrasion resistance and cut resistance.

There are four main parts of the tire, the performance of the tire basically depends on these four parts.

Tread, buffer layer, ply, bead

Function of tire:

(1) the quality of the vehicle itself and the load, and maintain its operating performance

(2) the impact and vibration received by the buffer vehicle to maintain the stability and smoothness of the vehicle.

(3) ensuring that the entire tire is reliably and reliably in contact with the ground, and that the vehicle's traction and braking are improved.



2. Product Characteristic:

(1) The quality of the vehicle itself and the load, and maintain its operating performance.

(2) The impact and vibration received by the buffer vehicle to maintain the stability and smoothness of the vehicle.

(3) Ensuring that the entire tire is reliably and reliably in contact with the ground, and that the vehicle's traction and braking are improved.




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Q:Car tires inside and outside wear is not the same thing
If your car is not a problem with four rounds, it may be the cause of the road.
Q:What is the difference between snow tires?
snow tires have a deeper and wider tread to bush away snow, summer tires have a grip type tread so that its better control, and all weather tires have a little bit of everything
Q:What is the standard for car tires?
Tire type and specification: International standard tire code, expressed in millimeters as a percentage of section height and flatness, followed by: tire type code, rim diameter (inch), load index (permitting bearing quality code), promise With speed code. For example: 175 / 70R 14 77H 175 represents the tire width is 175MM, 70 means that the flatness of the tire cross section is 70%, that is, the cross section height is 70% of the width, the rim diameter is 14 inches, the load index 77, the allowable vehicle speed is H level
Q:Tire Sizing?
Q:Tires For Aircraft Descriptions?
Airliner tires are not radials, they are bias ply tires - Tubeless tires are used for airliners - Inflated with nitrogen - main tires of a 747 are set at 150 psi pressure - They could handle up to 225 mph takeoff/landing speeds - The 747 type that I used to fly last had 34 ply-rating tires - Average 747 lands about 120-150 times before main tires are to be replaced - Tires are generally re-threaded, up to 6 to 10 times - They are "better" than "new tires", which were never used previously - In case tires get too hot, melting plugs are used in rims to deflate the tires - This is to prevent them from exploding - There are brake temperature gauges in the 747 in case wheels overheat - In that case, we leave the gear down 1 or 2 minutes after takeoff (cooling) - .
Q:PS how to car tires do car dynamic, there are filters?
Elliptical tool to circle the tire - filter - fuzzy - radial blur (rotation, size selected 45%) - filter - style - wind (choose "wind" pay attention to the direction of the wind), edit - Fade to the wind (to reduce the line to 40% to make it more natural)
Q:Tyre pressure help?no manual?
That's WAY too much air. Always check the pressures when the tires are cool. Check the door post on the driver's side just under the latch mechanism. You'll find the tire pressures from the manufacturer. Don't deter from that.
Q:Tire Pressure Question?
The tire manufacturer and the truck manufacturer both recommend tire pressures. The tire manufacturer will have it printed on the side wall, while the truck manufacturer will have it printed on the inside of the drivers door pillar or just refer to the owners manual.As long as you are going with the size tire that the truck manufacturer recommends,use the tire pressure that they print.That tire that they recommend is also the tire that corresponds to the allowable weight that the truck will haul.If you are using a tire other than the truck manufacturer allows,use the pressure printed on the tire.
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:What causes a bubble in a sidewall of a tire?
It's called separation of the plys. It's dangerous and should be covered under warranty.

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