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  • What Causes Tire Bubbles?

  • What Causes Tire Bubbles?

    …curbs or other road hazards. Any one of these scenarios can cause a sidewall bubble. Typically, incomplete bonding caused by contamination during assembly will appear within the first six months of service. These types of bubbles are small in size and usually appear before the tire's strength is…

  • Bubbles are for gum not tires

  • …curbs. When a bubble appears on the sidewall of your tire, you can be pretty sure that an impact occurred and the tire’s inner liner has been pinched. When the liner has been pinched, a pinhole appears that allows air to escape to the outside and for a bubble to form. Once a bubble appears,…

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  • Is There a Bubble on Your Tire?

  • Is There a Bubble on Your Tire?

    …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 into the carcass and sidewall plys of the tire. Most bubbles are caused by impact…

  • The Tire Sidewall: What You Need to Know.

  • For starters, a tire sidewall will tell you everything: the brand, model, basic dimensions. You can even figure out your tire's birthday. The following 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…

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  • What is the bubble on my tire?

  • What is the bubble on my tire?

    …prone to bubbles? Any tire can fall victim to bubbles, but tires with shorter sidewalls (low profile) are more easily damaged. Can they be repaired? No, unfortunately sidewall bubbles cannot be repaired. Because the area flexes while driving a patch will not stay in place. The bubble also indicates…

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  • Review of: Continental ContiSportContact 3 SSR

  • …other summer tires, wet traction is awful, and the tires create an extremely harsh ride, even for runflats. I%27ve gone through 2 tires in the year I%27ve had them due to sidewall bubbles forming. On the same roads I%27ve never had a problem with GForce Sports, NT05s, or Goodyear Eagle Supercars.




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