About car tires
Alloy is made of Aluminum metal. Because it is light and does not rust, Nut holes, You will see that the tubeless pole holes are not wide.
They also interpret the meaning of a tire to stand around one foot. The numbers and letters written on the tires are the tire specifications.
For example 195/65R 15 where the last 15 is the size of the tire.
195 means that the section width of the tire is 195 mm.
65 is the aspect ratio, which means that the tire has 65% of its width.
R is for Tire Construction.
91T refers to the Load to speed ratio. where 91 refers to 635 kg and T means 190km/h.
The date of manufacture is usually expressed in 4 digits. The first two are the week. The next 2 indicate the year. For example, (0616) is a tire produced in the second week of February 2016.
An inflation pressure of 51 psi indicates the maximum amount of air that can be inflated. Temperature Resistance means that the tires can be used regionally, and there will be A, B and C.
A is tropical; B stands for Normal and C stands for Cold.
Traction is an indicator of the distance a car needs to stop when braking, and is often denoted by AA, A, B and C. AA refers to the shortest braking distance.
Treadwear refers to the treadwear rating of a tire and is usually expressed in three numbers, 250, 350 and 450. 450 is the minimum tire wear rate. Tread Depth (Twi) is often indicated by a Twi warning symbol on the top of the tread. If the Twi mark comes, it means that the tire should be replaced.
Tires also have code numbers
I don’t know some of the shops that sell it
Because those who use it don’t know
Ask the dealer about the tires first
Check and buy by yourself
Example = 65 HR13 = Drivers
It is called the next number
Takes 13 (for wheels that don’t have 13 lacs)
There is someone who knows HR before
For those who didn’t know like me
H = 130 miles per hour
R = tire type
Check the tire and buy it…
1= Country of manufacture
2= year of manufacture
3= Can you use three seasons?
4 = speed capacity
5= EEC certification code
6 = category
The speed resistance of the tire is the main thing, so there are some accidents caused by the tire….
L = 1 hour 75 miles
M = 1 hour 81 miles
N = 1 hour 87 miles
P = 1 hour 95 miles
Q = 1 hour 100 miles
R = 1 hour 105 miles
S = 1 hour 113 miles
T = 1 hour 118 miles
H = 1 hour 130 miles
About car tires