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Truck tire flap
Size: 1100-20, 1200-20
Tensile strength: 8Mpa, 10Mpa
Bus tire flap, rim flap
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Q:Tires from car manufacturer?
Car manufacturers do NOT use tires with shorter lifespans than any other tire off the shelf. There are hundreds of reasons a tire can blow out, but the least likely reason is the factory gave you a cheep tire. How fast do you drive? What are the roads like? High speed, or rough roads do tend to wear out tires. Without inspecting the tire I could not tell you the exact cause of failure, but blaming the car manufacturer, no they dont MAKE the tires at all. Check the tire brand and check their website for details about the tire. Are they performance tires? Those do have a shorter lifespan than normal passenger tires. Have the tread depth checked, they may all need replaced anyway. Buy a set of tires that both fit the car properly, and fit YOUR driving style and normal road conditions.
Q:Car tire front wheel wear fast or rear wheel wear fast?
Normal situation (here refers to the normal situation, refers to no special driving habits - ejection, drift, bruising, etc.), regardless of the front or rear drive are the front wheel wear will be more serious than the rear, the main reason is : 1, now most of the household models engine compartment in the front of the car, the vehicle's main weight is relatively concentrated, the front wheel with a greater load relative to the rear wheel; 2, the brake process, the front wheel to withstand the braking force is stronger than the rear , This design is to make the vehicle as short as possible to shorten the braking distance .3, the front wheel is the steering wheel, in the car driving process, turn, the front wheel will produce lateral sliding on the road (without this friction, we can not It is recommended that every 1Wkm on the location of the tire for a swap, 1, if the spare tire is not the same size, with the specifications (1), if the tire is not the same size, 2, if the spare tire is the same size, with the specifications, if it is the same as the original car tires, then it will not be able to do the same time, Fortunately, with the spare tire on the left, pick the less wear of the rear tire on the right front, compared to the remaining three tires, choose two wear similar to the back, wear the most serious into the trunk when the equipment Tire, note that I am here to say that the spare tire is exactly the same as the original tires.
Q:After the car tires fill, can not use?
Yes, but for safety, it is best to put the tires on the rear wheels
Q:Tubeless tyres?
Tires might be correct in the United States. Although it was Charles Goodyear who invented vulcanised rubber in 1844, it was John Dunlop, a Scottish vet, who invented the first pneumatic tyre in 1888. Since then, we in Britain spell it Tyre. Whichever way you spell it, it sounds the same so who cares? :-) Tubeless tyres offer several advantages, many of them to do with safety, the rest performance. If you took a heavy rubber basket ball and jammed a nail in it, it would deflate, but relatively slowly. If you jammed a nail in an inflated balloon, however, the balloon would explode. If you think about it, the integrity of your tyre/tire with a tube depended on a millimetre or so (fraction of an inch for our esteemed transatlantic allies) of easily penetrable rubber. Tubeless tyres/tires (can I just spell it the way I was taught in school?), as a previous poster has pointed out, will not explosively deflate instead deflating relatively slowly, allowing the driver to bring his vehicle to a halt before the tyre shreds or leaves the rim at which point, if you were still going at a fair lick, disaster would normally ensue. The other problem with tubed tyres is friction between the tube and the tyre. This generates heat. While most cars pootled about at 50 or so and were rarely driven at sustained high speeds, this wasn't so much of a problem as what heat was generated, could be dissipated. As speeds increased, however, heat generated became quite significant causing an increase in pressure as the air contained within expanded and local, and dramatic failures as hot spots developed. A tubeless tyre does not generate that kind of friction so can run faster. In addition, the lack of friction reduced rolling resistence and the absence of a tube reduced unsprung weight all of which improved performance and economy. Tubed tyres still have their applications, but not for modern, fast road use.
Q:What is the flattening ratio of car tires?
Give you a little explanation for it. The flat ratio is a proportional value: the ratio of the thickness of the side of the tire to the width of the tread. For example: 205 / 60R15, flat ratio is 60%, recorded as 60, 60% of the tread 205 is the tire thickness. 15 is the hub diameter, the tire of this model that put all the dimensions of the tire are included.
Q:What is the difference between UST tires and tubed tires?
Tubeless tires have a different compound to enable capturing the air. Changing from tubed to UST can be VERY expensive: If you have single wall rims I would forget it as double wall stuff is required. Here's how to do it: 1) Purchase UST rim strips (about $40 EACH), UST tires (about $50 EACH), and sealant; 2) Remove the old tire, tube, and rim strip; 3) Install the new rim strips making sure it seals; 4) Install the new tire and place the wheel on a truing stand; 5) Unseat a small section of tire and pour in the correct amount of sealant then reinstall the tire; 6) Fill the tire with a high pressure burst, using a luggage hold down strap to go around the tire until it seats. Note that it WILL leak and WILL spew sealant- the amount spewed will depend on how careful you are; 7) Once the tire seats, fill it to approximately 35 psi and rotate the wheel slowly for a few minutes until you can no longer percieve air leaking; 8) Let the wheel sit off the bike for 24 hours and check pressure again. If the pressure remained steady inflate to desired pressure. 9) Plan to do this each time you have to dismount the tire (sans the rim strip) and about 3 additional times per riding season. Yucko.
Q:Tire size HELP PLEASE!?
there should not be a problem because your going to a smaller diameter tire you will get more turning ratio but that you might have to recalibrate the speedometer
Q:What is the different between car's tire and aircraf's tire ?
Both are made of the same high-strength synthetic rubber products, and the same processes are used in their manufacture. The details are variable and complex, so you would do better to go to the source. Do an internet search on "Aircraft Tire Manufacturers."
Q:Classification of car tires Class C1, C2, C3, respectively, mean what?
Tire Classification. C1 Car Tire. C2 single tire load index less than or equal to 121, the speed level of N and above the truck tires. C3 single tire load index is less than or equal to 121, the speed level of M and below the tire
Q:are tires aftermarket?
All tires are considered after market to an extent. After market means a product that is made by another factory other then the original factory that first built it...... If you need tires check the yellow pages and call for estimates.. WALMART doesn't have the best deal on tires the wanted to charge almost double what firestone charged,, Their poster price is advertised cheaper but by the time they add all the other charges mounting, balancing, and valve stems they actually cost more so check around,,, If have a PEPBOYS or a Discount Tires around you check them out.

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