Tyre Tube Flap,inner tube flap,tire flap

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tyre tube flap

1. Material:rubber

2. Brand:HSY or we can print your name on the tube

3.Certificate: ISO9001:2008

4. Packing:Weaving bag and plastic bag or according to your request

5. Customers: North America, Middle East, South Asia, Africa.

 

more sizes as follow:

TYRE TRUCK FLAP

WEIGHT

WIDTH

600-9

0.65kg

160mm

650-10

0.65kg

160mm

700-12

1.1kg

170mm

650/700-16

1.0kg

165mm

750/825-16

1.1kg

180mm

825/900-16

1.4kg

185mm

650/700-15

1.1kg

170mm

750/825-20

1.6kg

185mm

900/1000-20

2.1kg

200mm

1000/1100/1200-20

2.3kg

210mm

1100/1200-20

2.8kg

230mm

1100/1200-22

3.1kg

230mm

1100/1200-24

3.1kg

230mm

1400-24

4.0kg

280mm

16/70-20

4.0kg

280mm

1400-20

3.5kg

280mm

23.5-25

9.5kg

500mm

26.5-25

11kg

510mm

17.5-25

5.5kg

350mm

20.5-25

7.5kg

410mm

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Q:tire size difference?
the numbers in xxx/yyRzz are: xxx = tread width (in millimeters) yy = [tire height (rim to tread) / tread width] * 100 zz = rim size (in inches) Therefore, your tire tread is 225 millimeters wide, your old tires were 55% of that, or 124 millimeters from edge of rim to tread, and fit a 16 inch wheel. The only difference is that the new tires are 135 millimeters from rim to tread, meaning your car will be travelling 5% faster then your speedometer says (58 MPH instead of 55 MPH)
Q:where to disposel of waste tires?
Most major tire stores will take them but they usually charge $5 a tire to do so.
Q:whats the difference between passenger tires and performance tires?
Indeed yes, and it has been coming for several decades. Most of us haven't a clue as to what is going on and many of the others really don't care. They don't care until they are truly sick, not once but several times. Our oxygen count is way down we rather drink sodas than water cigarettes, sugars, high fructose corn syrup, and other devitalized foods are plentiful on the grocery store shelves.chicken is no longer chicken, many of the steaks are now glued together and soldugh no one wants to exercise crikeywe are in trouble deep
Q:How to maintain the best tire tires?
Note tire life tire is to wear naturally, so the factory tire in the factory will be marked in the sidewall wear limit, to indicate the tire real-time wear conditions. In the daily use of the tire to regularly check the wear and tear, to prevent serious wear and tear affect the use of tires. Tires will be aging, in general, the normal use of tire life is 4-5 years, after 5 years even if the tread wear is also very small and the best replacement. There is also a situation, some owners driving the route is more bumpy, complex road conditions, the wear and tear of the tire is more serious, if there are tires, carried out three or four times the tire, but also consider the safety factor, the best of this tire Exchange to non-drive wheels or rear wheels to reduce the risk of puncture.
Q:NEED HELP tire psi!!!?
Proper tire pressure inflation numbers will be listed on the sidewall of the tire. For best performance inflate to that amount without going over. The numbers listed will be for maximum inflation, a couple of pounds under will not hurt and will provide a little softer ride.
Q:Does tire rotation require each tire to be rebalanced?
Tires occasionally need rebalancing whether you rotate them or not; there's nothing about rotation that makes rebalancing necessary. On the other hand, sometimes rotating the tires makes you notice an out-of-balance tire - for instance, if you have FWD, and a tire moved from rear to front suddenly makes the handling seem squirrelly.
Q:Tire psi on tires that have less weight capacity than originals.?
The rating on a tire is the maximum for that tire. As you say you have tires with a lower load rating then the originals, you will have to go by the rating on the tire. Additionally, the pressures on the door are based on the load capacity of the vehicle, not the tire, though obviously the tire also has to be able to support the load. That is why some cars have different pressures for the front and rear. A car, or truck, may not need to have the tires inflated to maximum, as the maximum load for the vehicle may be less then what the tires are capable of supporting. That is part of what was at issue with the Explorer/Firestone problem a while back. Ford recommended a lower pressure then the maximum for the tires. The only way to tell if your under or over inflating your tires is to watch how they wear. If the wear is in the middle, they're over inflated. If the wear is on the edges, they're under inflated.
Q:When tires are worn does metal flatten them?
Thomas, from your description I think the metal you described is the steel belt inside the tire. If that is the case, your tires are well worn and beyond the condition of being driven on. Extremely worn tires actually overheat from excessive friction from road contact. This can cause the tread to actually separate from the casing and even more dangerous condition than a flat tire. Tires are a primary thing to keep in shape for your car, so I suggest you get them inspected by someone with knowledge about tires. Brakes and tires should always be in the best condition for operating a car.
Q:Kuhmo tires?
Kuhmo doesn't make the ultimate tire for any application. They do however tend to make more tire for the money than anyone else. Kuhmo's are usually better than anything else in their price range - except for their light truck and SUV tires, which I am not fond of. The Ecsta ASX, SPT, Solus KR-21 and KH-16 are all good values.
Q:Should I reinflate my tires?
Odin, I'm really happy you brought this up concerning temperature change and tire pressure. There is a better way to put your mind at ease. Although tire pressure monitors are a great idea you can maintain a much more dependable year round steady pressure by having all the air bled off your tires, purged (clean out of residual air) and re-inflated with pure nitrogen gas. More tire shops are offering this service these days which usually costs $5.00 per tire or less. More well healed tire shops have already invested in their own nitrogen producing machinery. Nitrogen is an inert gas. No moisture or dirt. The inner wheels don't corrode or rust, tire life goes up and ambient air temperature cold or hot, does not effect air pressure as readily as compressed air does. Here's the big plus selling point. Nitrogen molecules are enormous as compared to compressed air. Chances of bead leakage goes way down. It's a win win situation. Other than the added $5.00 cost there are absolutely no down sides to having your tires inflated with nitrogen.

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