Passager Car Radial Tyre P235/6018 LY788

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Size:P235/6018 LY788

Application:The tyre is used to deluxe car

Pattern Characteristic:

1,The strong rib in the middle makes sure the stabllity when runing

2,Samll lug design can reduce the nolse greatly and offer best gripperfomance on wet road conditions

3,Big block on the shoulder offer more stabllity widle turning in high speed the design can bring more fun to driver.

4,Four straight lines offer the good drainage perfomance

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Q:How can the car tires read the different tires?
Can not replace the different tires, the parameters 195 / 65r15 as an example, meaning as follows: 195: tire width is 195 mm; 65: called the tire flat rate, meaning: sidewall height (fetal wall) and the ratio of the width of the tire is 65%; R: wire radial tire, 15: the diameter of the hub is 15 inches. Tire is one of the most important components of the car, its role is: to support the full weight of the vehicle, to withstand the load of the car; transfer traction and braking torque to ensure that the wheel and the road adhesion; reduce and absorb the car Driving vibration and impact, to prevent the car parts are subject to severe vibration and early damage to adapt to the high-speed performance of vehicles and reduce the noise when driving to ensure the safety of driving, handling stability, comfort and energy saving economy.
Q:Tire Pressure Question?
If what you load affects the inner pressure of your tires, then the tires on your truck are likely not rated for the kind of load you are hauling, meaning you probably need a higher load rated tire because what you're doing could result in a blowout. I am not sure what kind of truck you have, but on my D-2500 3/4 ton pickup truck I have the kind of tires that require 50psi per tire, and they make even heavier duty tires that require 80 psi per each, and so on. As a rule, 4 tires for my ride cost $500 for starters, and from the sound of things you have car tires on yours, and you need truck tires.
Q:What are the effects of car tires on cars?
Affect the safety and comfort of the car, the most direct impact is the shallow tread, so that the tire drainage capacity of the decline in the dry road driving is not serious, but in the dirt road, wet ground and mud will travel Slippery, lack of grip, serious words will lead to traffic accidents.
Q:Would you like to ask the car tires, is the screw clockwise or counterclockwise?
Car, then, before (front) tight (rear) loose, regardless of right.
Q:Why does Nascar only have one tire manufacturer?
Ya know, I read somewhere that the idea of competing tire manufacturers DID lead to unsafe tires in the 60s or early 70s, so they put the ky-bosh on it and went to one manufacturer. Goodyear won out.
Q:What is the consumption tax rate (tax) of the car tire tax?
(The Ministry of Finance) of the State Administration of Taxation on the soap and car tire consumption tax policy notice (fiscal and taxation [2000] No. 145), the Ministry of Finance, the State Administration of Taxation on the soap and car tire consumption tax policy (Finance and Taxation [2000] No. 145).
Q:What is the tire company of the car company?
Not only to modify the tires so simple.More time to do a good job to do the work of skilled, such as [four-wheel positioning] of course, repair and change is necessary, but also to talk about the tire back, tire workers most tired of the most dirty , But also with a dangerous, and always belong to "with the type of work", the general young people are at arm's length
Q:Car tire symbol
LT light truck PR tires level V speed of 240 km MA this is not clear, it seems not what standard code
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:CAN SOME ONE EXPLAIN TIRES?
205 = Tyre width, this is the width of the tyre measured from bead to bead in mm. This is also known as section width, this is the width of an inflated tyre not including lettering or decoration on the side wall. 55 = Aspect ratio, the aspect ratio also known as profile is the height of the side wall in a term of percentage. So therefore a tyre with the aspect ratio/ profile of 55 is a tyre who height is 55% of its width. 16 = Wheel diameter, 16” would be the wheel diameter that the tyre has been made to fit and is measured in inches. 91 = Load index 91 is a number that equates to a load index which is what weight the tyre can carry. It is important to choose the same load rating or go higher please see table for weights. V = Alphabetical code for speed In this instance the v means the tyre is rated to travel at speeds of upto 149mph/240kmh. Again when choosing new tyres the speed symbol must be the same or higher please see the table for speeds.

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