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Frequently asked questions on tire wear

Here are some frequently asked questions about tire wear, tire problems similar to if you click, gets a brief description.

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Bilateral shoulder abrasion: insufficient air pressure

Tread centre wear: pressure is too high

Unilateral abrasion: poor positioning

Pattern block jagged abrasion on the same side: poor positioning

Sawtooth tread or feather-wearing it? This is due to uneven tread due to grounding, beam position can be corrected through the front or after.

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Cup-shaped tread wear: Accessories worn

Bilateral shoulder abrasion: insufficient air pressure

If this condition tires, it is caused by insufficient air pressure.Predators of the tyre is air pressure too low.Insufficient air pressure will lead: to tire overheating, so that the tread or ply delamination; tread grooves and shoulder cracked, cord fracture, shoulder parts rapid wear and irregular wear; tyre rolling resistance, fuel consumption increases; abnormal friction between the bead and the rim, causing bead damage; or flat tire away from the rim, even a flat tire!Please be sure to check the tire pressure on a regular basis. Abnormal tire wear may also be due to the location bad or mechanical failure.

Tread centre wear: pressure is too high

Tire pressure is too high, the tread Center you will need to bear the load of vehicles, resulting in tread centre wear quickly on both sides, this uneven wear reduces the normal service life of tires.Pressure is too high will result in: tire by the external shocks, prone to injury or blast; fetal surface tension is too large, causing tire tread surface delamination and cracks on bottom; tyre grip decreases braking performance vehicle suspension systems are easily damaged vehicles beating, reduced comfort, driver fatigue.Please be sure to check the tire pressure on a regular basis. Abnormal tire wear may also be due to the location bad or mechanical failure.

Cup-shaped tread wear: Accessories worn

-Wear (also known as deep-pit or Groove wear) is most common in the front wheels, rear wheels may also occur. This indicates that the balance wheel or bad suspension/steering device for vehicle wear.Goodyear specified retail outlets across the country are willing to provide professional consulting and maintenance services.

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