Passager Car Radial Tyre 165/70R13 LI288

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Size:165/70R13 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:WInter Tires: do we pay extra to change back to all-season tires after winter?
If you buy a set of steel rims to mount the winter tires onto, they won't charge to just put your original all-season tires that are mounted on your stock wheels back on. If you have them mount the winter tires on your stock wheels, then yes . they will charge to remount and balance your all-season tires back onto your stock wheels. You want to buy 4 winter tires - the handling characteristics will be quite different if you only buy 2 tires for the front. This can throw off the balance of front rear - which can be very dangerous.
Q:same wheel on a 29.5x12x12 tire?
If I understand this correct you have 12 in diameter wheels. If so yes you can it will give some side wall bulge but not a major problem.
Q:I bought winter tires. Manufacuter says 30 psi, tire shop put 38 which went to 42 when driving?
first, 44 psi is pretty high for a commercial car tire, sounds more like a truck tire. when you put less air in a tire you will have a softer ride, but it is a little harder on the sidewall because it flexes more, and you loose a little fuel economy because a nice round hard tire rolls easier than a soft one. the rating on a tire is a maximum pressure, the idea is for the tread to be flat on the surface, to get maximum traction and tread life, too much pressure and the center will baloon out and cause uneven, heavy center wear, too little pressure and the center will push in causing uneven heavy outer wear. this being said, you can see what the affect of weight has on how the tire sits, more weight, the tire will squish causing heavy outer tread wear. this is why this tire may be best at 44 psi on a heavy pickup, but on a light car 30 might give you the same footprint. i would never go over the tire recommendations, but start with the car's suggestion, look at the tread from time to time, if the grooves are showing heavier center wear, take a couple pounds out, if it looks like heavy outer wear, add a few. the car company is giving specs for the tire they put on the car, it may not be exactly right for the tire you buy later, same thing goes for the tire company, they don't know the wieght of your car, it is a generalization.
Q:Yokohama tire problems?
First, have it tested to find out AND have someone who knows what they are doing interpret the test results. Second, it's probably more dangerous to remove it than to leave it in place, maybe cover it with a layer of cellulose to reduce exposure. Third, hire an abatement company, it's the only safe way to do it, unless you experienced with this type of thing, not to mention you can't just put it out with the trash if it has asbestos in it
Q:putting air In a cold tire?
You heard incorrectly. Tire pressures should always be adjusted ONLY when the tire is COLD. That is the only way to establish an accurate baseline. When the tire heats up (from the friction of driving) the air pressure increases. Unless you knew what the cold pressure was before the tire heated up you have no way of knowing how much pressure change there was. Therefore you have no way of knowing how much air you should add/subtract.
Q:How long is the car tires? How long does it change?
Tire transposition should be done every 10,000 km. Because of the relationship between the design of the road, the tire in the normal use of the time will be difficult to detect the side of the naked eye, after the transposition may produce a slight run slightly deviation, is a normal phenomenon, driving a period of time after the natural disappear. Such as serious deviation, you can appropriately reduce the tire tire pressure in the opposite direction to ease the deviation of the phenomenon (right deviation, lower left tire pressure, and vice versa, driving for some time after the tire pressure to normal pressure). However, this has nothing to do with the four-wheel positioning. Tire transposition is the original intention of four tires uniform wear and tear to extend the service life of the tire, provided that the four-wheel positioning angle of the car in line with the original normal value! (Add that, before and after the H-type tone can not solve the above described a slight partial grinding, before and after the X-shaped tonic is the best way to transposition)
Q:Will you master, car tires to add a few pressure is generally the best pressure
Hello tires are generally added 2.5
Q:Car tires idle for four years, but also use it?
It is recommended to look at whether the tire under the tire aging phenomenon (for example: the tread groove or the bead there are numerous small cracks) need to replace the tire in time, whether new or old tires are not recommended to use The.
Q:How does the car tires change?
Because the weight of the body is not evenly distributed on the four tires, often transposition absolutely help to ensure uniform wear of the tire, thereby extending the tire life. Usually the front-wheel drive vehicle should be transposed every 8,000 km, while the four-wheel drive vehicle needs to be transposed every 6,000 km. The first time the tire is tilted, the tire's inflation pressure must follow the manufacturer's recommendations.
Q:where can i get tire?
Tire store Gomer. Zack's Auto Alignment Chassis Repair 10004 Glacier Highway Juneau, Alaska, 99801 Phone: (907)790-4900, Fax: (907)790-4986

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