Some articles on tires, tire:
... Tramlining can usually be blamed on tires, and its incidence depends greatly on the model of tire and its state of wear ... Vehicles with large and wide low profile tires are more prone to the effects as well as vehicles which have wheels fitted that are larger than the manufacturers recommendation or ... a full geometry check) or replacing the tires with non-reinforced (soft sidewall) tires ...
... Trucks and light trucks tires and tubes Motorbike tires and tubes Bike tires and tubes Industrial tires and tubes Forklift tires Agricultural and gardening tires and tubes Technical rubber spare parts Latex ... In 2009 it produced the following quantities Bicycle tires - 4.0 million (2008 4.19 million) Motorcycle tires - 4.95 m (2008 4.68m) Car tires - 0.807m (2008 0.682m) Motor cycle tubes 20m (2008 16.4m) Total sales ...
... Goodyear specifically designed new wider, "grippier" tires for the Z06 ... Called Goodyear Eagle F1 SC (Supercar) tires, they allowed the Z06 to handle, brake, and perform better than any production Corvette yet tested ... These same tires can be found on other super-high-performance vehicles such as the Ford GT, and differ from the Goodyear Eagle F1 GS EMT tires provided as factory equipment on C5 coupés and ...
... AT44 rebuild (44 inch tires) - A very capable off-road vehicle, used by search and rescue teams in Iceland and have driven over 60 thousand km on the high plateau in Antarctica ... AT38 rebuild (38 inch tires) - can tackle most snow and off-road conditions ... AT35 modification (35 inch tires) - gives greater ground clearance, better traction and softer ride ...
... mobile sandwich belt "Snake" is carried on a tripod of twin motorized rubber tires ... Each set of twin tires is mounted at a vertical kingpin and can rotate 360 degrees about that vertical axis ... With the tail tires fixed, the front tires can be oriented and traveled for a slewing motion ...
Famous quotes containing the word tires:
“The truth is, this being errand boy to one hundred and fifty thousand people tires me so by night I am ready for bed instead of soirees.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Th increasing prospect tires our wandring eyes.
Hills peep oer hills, and Alps on Alps arise!
A perfect Judge will read each work of Wit
With the same spirit that its author writ:
Survey the Whole, nor seek slight faults to find
Where nature moves, and rapture warms the mind;”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)
“The tires slowly came to a rubbery stop.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)