Passager Car Radial Tyre 155R13C LY288

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Size:155R13C LI288

Application:The tyre used to Passager Car

Pattern Characteristic:

1,Asymmetric pattern design reduce the noise when running

2,The irregular block provides more stability and best grip power while tuming

3,Enhanced rib on the shoulder can avoide the asymmetric wear greatlly

4,Three straight lines in the middle provide the best water drainage and the keystone block pattern an prevent the stone into the pattern.

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Q:what size rim goes with my size tire?
ok this is a pretty easy one this is what i call the standard tire size as in it is in inches your first dimention 33 refers to the outside diameter of the tire it (it is 33 inches tall) the second dimention is how wide the tire is your tire is 12 and a half inches wide at the tread (you have a 12.5 inch foot print where the rubber meets the road) and lastly the 3rd dimention you have is the inside diameter of the tire it is what you really need to know for fitting it for the rims the 17 means yet again 17 inches that means that it will fit a rim with outside diameter of 17 inches ur rim is basicly the same your 17 is your ouside diameter and the 8/9 is how wide the rim is there for yes your tires will fit those rims however those rims are quite narrow for your tires even though they will work they will squeez your tire you would be much better off with a rim that is atleast 10 inches wide but less than 12.5 inches wide i hope i helped
Q:Does Mercedes Benz uses their own brand of tires?
JEEZE ! Car makers make CARS! Tire manufacturers manufacture tires! Do you think that restaurants make the plates that you eat off?!?! Continental and Bridgestone are some of the tires sold to MB to install on their new cars. NEVER take a Benz to SEARS!
Q:questions about buying tires?
There should be a sticker on the driver's side door frame that indicates the tire size and inflation that your car should have. Take a lincoln cent and stick it head first between the treads on your tires. The penny should go in far enough that you can't see the top of Lincoln's head. If it doesn't, the tire is too worn. Snow tires have a very distinctive tread. If you have a four wheel drive vehicle, you're supposed to use four snow tires or none at all. I live in Maine and I've driven on all season tires for years. I can't even remember the last time I bought a snow tire. Regarding tire size - most states only allow tires a couple sizes bigger than what came on the vehicle originally. If you go beyond that, the vehicle won't pass a legal inspection.
Q:how do tires save gas?
I personally prefer Cooper. But. You would be better served if you went back to the dealership and ask. What would be the best set of tires that would greatly help me to achieve better gas mileage out of my car? There they would have all the leading facts to help you to choose. Hope this has helped? How does tires save gas? See below
Q:point of getting new tires?
get a couple of good used tires and put them on the front and the good tires, just leave them on the back. if its a front wheel drive, you need the good tires up front for pulling power.
Q:compare 700x28 vs 700x23 tires?
I ride 700x25. I think that there are many more factors involved in the decision to change tire size than a couple of MPH on your average speed. Also, other, unrelated factors may have greater influence on your average speed. If the issue is whether you can find a faster racing tire for competition events, then your question rises to the level of experts and you should be spending a lot of money on the lightweight racing treads. However, more likely you are concerned about everyday performance. The way that I addressed similar issues because I ascend 500 vertical feet to my home every night after work is that I bought slightly slower, heavier tires that are thorn-resistant, Schwalbe Marathon Plus, because I could not afford to be late for work on account of a flat tire. Counting the five flat tires that I encountered with racing tires, my average speed plummeted and could have cost me hundreds of dollars in bonus money for tardiness in my workplace if I had not switched to more durable tires. I have lowered my flat tire incidents to zero with the better touring tires. As far as tire weight is concerned, I always believed that I can take a few pounds off my waist more easily than stripping my bicycle of tires, headlamps, emergency gear, or trading-in on a lighter, more-expensive bike frame.
Q:How are these tires on ice?
Those tires have no sipes in the tread. I doubt they will be any better than the other mud/sand tires that Interco sells. You want a good ice tire? Buy a set of dedicated snow tires, such as the Bridgestone Blizzak. That is the best ice tire I've ever used.
Q:Where do tire repair shops purchase their used tires? Would like to purchase a large amount of used tires.?
We don't purchase used tires. They are taken off vehicles that come in for tire replacement. Your looking at a very tough business plan if all you are going to do is throw on low cost (and low margin) used tires combined with a big liability problem.
Q:Purchasing tires from Costco? How many?
You should not need new tires at 19,000 miles. If they are always low, you probably picked up a nail or something in both tires, causing a slow leak. You can get that permanantly repaired a any good tire shop, and it will be relatively cheap. Try Bell Tire if you have one. They can do it for about $15 per tire. And while you are at it, tell them to also rotate the tires for you. Rear tires last much longer, because they don't have to turn like the front tires.
Q:Mountain bike tire question?
I haven't ridden on snow for a long time, but I seem to remember that it was a little slippery for bikes. You may need deep knobbies/tread that is well spaced so the tire can really get in there and grab as much as possible. It also needs to be wide, so it won't sink so deep that your bottom bracket and chain wheel drags. See the attached for a good tire on loose conditions. It is a 2.3 tire, so you will need to make sure it fits your forks. That will get you started

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