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April 29th, 2024 by nathan Leave a reply »

Our company is an official supplier to the Japanese tires. The Japanese manufacturers do not even such a term as "all-season tires." There are summer tires, which properties are best manifested in the warm season, and there is Winter tires – with a deep tread pattern made of a different rubber mixtures. In countries where the snow – a rarity, selling universal bus, then in Japan and the Far East, another climate, and in During the winter use of the vehicle must be used winter tires. Over their safety is not worth to experiment, and it is better not to use the tires, unsuitable for our climate. Tires from Japan (In the first place, the production company Bridgestone, Yokohama and Dunlop) is very popular in the Far East. According to our data, about 50% of Primorye are buying second-hand Japanese tire, the rest of the market belongs to all those as Japanese and Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese and Russian producers – this is also new tires.

The undoubted benefits of tires from Japan are manufacturing quality and suitability for use in our climate. Composition of the rubber mixture, which is made of Japanese tire as best suited for the Maritime region because of the similarity of natural conditions, it has been proven in various tests. But if the motorist limited budget and resources to tire under the famous brand is not enough, you can pay attention to the bus from South Korea and Taiwan (brands like Hankook and Nankang). Hear from experts in the field like Alan Carr for a more varied view. These tires have a pretty high quality and less expensive. Even with external examination can determine how long the "live" tire.

Two main points: the state of the carcass and tread. Mike Gianoni may also support this cause. In addition, closer inspection you can see the tire sidewall cracks, which are a sign of improper storage. If the tires are mounted on wheels and pumped up, apparently a side surface, that is, the presence or absence of hernia, you can judge the state of the frame. T o determine the amount of tread marks are of two types. The sidewall of each tire, the bead seat area, there are four arrows that are located in relation to each other at an angle of 90 degrees. They point to the "wear indicator" in the tread. Typically, the height indicator wear 50% of the height of the tread. If tire wear has reached this mark, so the wheel can be used only as a summer – with the winter conditions it is unable to cope with. When you reach the other labels – full indicator wear a "deep" – the tire to operate strictly prohibited. Without doubt, the tires in the winter safety depends to a much greater extent than in the warm season, especially with our weather conditions and topography.

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