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  • Replacement tires: When is it time?
  • …flat tire (or one with very low inflation)—you've probably damaged the tire beyond repair. It's probably time. • Never ignore a bubble, blister, bulge, large cut or cracks. Replacement tires are a must! These are just a few recommendations. Read more in our library of Tire Tech articles.

  • Review of: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
  • …in from where the rim makes contact w/ the rubber. These small stretch marks appear on both sides of all 4 tires and become very visible and even bulge out when the slightest amount of pressure is applied with the finger to the inside of the tire. Considering that at 35K these Fuel Maxs last summer…

  • Review of: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
  • …in from where the rim makes contact w/ the rubber. These small stretch marks appear on both sides of all 4 tires and become very visible and even bulge out when the slightest amount of pressure is applied with the finger to the inside of the tire. Considering that at 35K these Fuel Maxs last summer…

  • Review of: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
  • …in from where the rim makes contact w/ the rubber. These small stretch marks appear on both sides of all 4 tires and become very visible and even bulge out when the slightest amount of pressure is applied with the finger to the inside of the tire. Considering that at 35K these Fuel Maxs last summer…

  • Review of: Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max
  • …in from where the rim makes contact w/ the rubber. These small stretch marks appear on both sides of all 4 tires and become very visible and even bulge out when the slightest amount of pressure is applied with the finger to the inside of the tire. Considering that at 35K these Fuel Maxs last summer…

  • Tire Sizing
  • …of the tire in millimeters. Divide this by the 25.4 to get the section width in inches. In this case 7.6" or about 7-5/8" wide as measured at the bulge of the sidewall. Treadwidth is usually a bit less then section width. The second number 70 suggests that the sidewall is 70% as tall as the tire is…

  • Is There a Bubble on Your Tire?
  • …potholes and ruts in the roads, which are causing many drivers to experience problems with their tires, like sidewall bubbles. If you can see a round bulging area protruding on the sidewall of the tire, this is often referred to as a bubble. The bubble is appearing because air from inside the tire is leaking…

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