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  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Replacement

  • cuts and punctures in the tread area (up to 1/4"in size) can be repaired by trained personnel using industry-approved methods. These tires can be returned to service if they have not been driven on while flat or with very low inflation pressure. * Tires cut or punctured in the shoulder or sidewall

  • The Tire Sidewall: What You Need to Know.

  • …illustration shows the information that can be found on most tire sidewalls: Aside from the fact that it offers a variety of key facts, it's important to keep that tire sidewall in good condition. Though not always the case, any protrusions or cuts (or anything else compromising the condition of the tire) can…

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  • Tire Tech Information - Flat Tire Repairs

  • …tread area that looked repairable have revealed upon further investigation that the object that punctured the tire had been long enough to cut the tire's sidewall from the inside. Without dismounting the tire, the hidden damage would have been missed. Simply plugging a tire from the outside without removing…

  • Wheel Tech - Tire / Rim Protectors

  • …trailers. The raised rib's extra rubber thickness at the widest point of the tire resists damage to the sidewall and increases the amount of rubber that must be worn away before repeated curb scuffing cuts or exposes the tire's internal cords. So whether their manufacturers call them "Maximum Flange Shields…

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  • Just Say No to Tire Cracking

  • …they can develop those small cracks often referred to as weather checking, ozone cracking, or just plain sidewall cracking. Slight surface cracking can be just cosmetic but keep in mind deep cuts or fissures from excessive deflection, poor maintenance, or defects can be serious so check with a tire shop…

  • Proper Way To Repair a Tire

  • …Punctures in the tread area that look repairable may reveal upon further investigation that the object that punctured the tire is long enough to cut the tire's sidewall from the inside. Without dismounting the tire, the hidden damage would have been missed. Also, repairs that don't completely fill the object's…




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