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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs: Globalized Standards


…and Pressure Markings Original Equipment (OE) Tires Original Equipment Tire Designations P-Metric and Euro-Metric Tire Sizing Plus Size Wheels and Tires Porsche N-Specification Tire Approvals Rubber Cracking Selecting the Right Tires Shaving Tire Treads to Maintain Equivalent Tread Depths for Four-Wheel…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Size Conversion Chart


…Competition Use Tire Size Conversion Chart Lea esta pgina en espaol While today's P-metric passenger tire sizes have existed since the early 1980s, restoring classic muscle cars and ponycars has kept yesterday's Numeric and Alpha Numeric tires from disappearing. This chart is intended to help you determine…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs Explained: Maximum Load


…psi (650 kPa)*** ***Industry standards specify selected large LT tire sizes be designed with reduced maximum load pressures P-metric tires used on passenger cars and station wagons are rated to carry 100% of the load indicated on the tire's sidewall (or listed for the tire in industry load/inflation charts…

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Tire Tech Information - Load Range/Ply Rating Identification


tire's service description of the new tire is equal to or greater than the Load Index of the original tire and/or that the new tires rated load capacity is sufficient to carry the vehicles gross axle weight ratings. Passenger Tires Since most P-metric passenger tires are manufactured in the standard

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Tire Tech Information - North American Load and Pressure Markings


…often lower then the tire's absolute maximum tire pressure. The tire pressures used to determine the maximum load the tire is rated to carry is based on the sizing system industry standards applied to the tire. Sizing System Tire Load Range Load Pressure P-metric Light Load Standard Load Extra Load 35…

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Tire Tech Information - Government Tire Approval Marks


…and Pressure Markings Original Equipment (OE) Tires Original Equipment Tire Designations P-Metric and Euro-Metric Tire Sizing Plus Size Wheels and Tires Porsche N-Specification Tire Approvals Rubber Cracking Selecting the Right Tires Shaving Tire Treads to Maintain Equivalent Tread Depths for Four-Wheel…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs Explained


…P-metric Standard Load (SL) 35 psi Extra Load (XL) 41 psi Light Truck Load Range C (LRC) 50 psi Load Range D (LRD) 65 psi Load Range E (LRE) 80 psi P-metric tires used on passenger cars and station wagons are rated to carry 100% of the load indicated on the tire's sidewall (or listed for the tire in…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs Explained: Tread Width


Tire & Wheel Package Installation Instructions Tire & Wheel Package Ride Uniformity Confirmation Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Tire Rotation Tire Size Conversion Chart Tire Size Information Tire Warranties Uniform Tire Quality Grade (UTQG) Standards Where to Install New Pairs of Tires? Home > Tires

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Tire Tech Information - P-Metric and Euro-Metric Tire Sizing


…either existing or new tire sizes. Metric or Euro-metric sized tires are the ones without the "P" at the beginning, (such as 185R14 or the 225/60R16 listed above). Using metric dimensions to reflect a tire's width actually began in Europe in the late 60s. However, since Euro-metric sizes have been added…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Specs Explained: Maximum Inflation Pressure


…A tire's "maximum inflation pressure" may be different that the assigned tire pressure used to rate the tire's "maximum load." For example, while a P-metric sized standard load tire's maximum load is rated at 35 psi, many P-metric sized standard load performance and touring tires are designed to contain…

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Tire Tech Information - Continental Tire EcoPlus+ Technology, EcoPlus or "E" Symbol


…and Pressure Markings Original Equipment (OE) Tires Original Equipment Tire Designations P-Metric and Euro-Metric Tire Sizing Plus Size Wheels and Tires Porsche N-Specification Tire Approvals Rubber Cracking Selecting the Right Tires Shaving Tire Treads to Maintain Equivalent Tread Depths for Four-Wheel…

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Tire Tech Information - Spare Tire Use


…and Pressure Markings Original Equipment (OE) Tires Original Equipment Tire Designations P-Metric and Euro-Metric Tire Sizing Plus Size Wheels and Tires Porsche N-Specification Tire Approvals Rubber Cracking Selecting the Right Tires Shaving Tire Treads to Maintain Equivalent Tread Depths for Four-Wheel…

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