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Learn more about tire wear causes and tire wear patterns such as uneven tire wear. Tire wear pictures help show how to read tire wear. Tire tread wear and tire wear patterns explained.
FRONT LEFT SIDE TIRE WEAR: NOTE: "LEFT"& "RIGHT" are herein referred as one is sitting on the bike. Thanks to Ron Fentress who provided me with a '98 Valkyrie which exhibited excellent wear patterns after some 7,000 miles of mostly city driving on the OEM Dunlops D206's.
The way your tires wear is a good indicator of other parts of your car. Abnormal wear patterns are often caused by the need for simple tire maintenance, or for front end alignment.
REAR CENTER TIRE WEAR: But if it's only the extra miles that cause the wear, wouldn't the center if my tire wear out first since I have more miles upright than leaned?
Excessive Camber. Excessive positive camber: smooth wear patterns on the outer half of the tire tread; Excessive negative camber: smooth wear patterns on the inner half of the tire tread
Tire rotation patterns. Rotating your tires isn't as simple as it might sound. There are specific tire rotation patterns that should be followed, based on these factors:
Tire tread wear can tell you a lot about what is wrong with a car's suspension. Here are the most common tread wear patterns and what causes them.
Etymology and spelling. The word tire is a short form of attire, from the idea that a wheel with a tire is a dressed wheel.. The spelling tyre does not appear until the 1840s when the English began shrink fitting railway car wheels with malleable iron.
10 Things Your Tires Can Tell You About Your Car. Your tires are your car's only connection to the road. They're overlooked as safety items, but sometimes they're the first place where a problem will appear.
Air is a gas, expanding when heated and contracting when cooled. For most of North America, fall and early winter are especially important times for checking tire pressure on your Chevrolet vehicle — as the ambient temperature falls, tire pressure goes down.