11R22.5 14PR G Sumitomo ST 710 SE TL
Buy 11R22.5 14PR G Sumitomo ST 710 SE TL. This tire is similar to the previous tire listed above, only the load capacity is 4,500 pounds (2023 kg), the speed rating remains at 110 mph (177 km / h), and the tread depth increases by 0.25 inch (6.35 mm).
The tire size is 2.00 x 15.0 inches (50.8 x 38.1 cm) and the width is 1.90 inches (48.9 mm). The load capacity is 4,000 pounds (1807 kg), the speed rating is 110 mph (177 km/h), and the tread depth is 6.5 inches (165 mm).
This tire is similar to the previous tire listed above, only the load capacity is 4,500 pounds (2023 kg), the speed rating remains at 110 mph (177 km / h), and the tread depth increases by 0.25 inch (6.35 mm).
The size of the tire is measured in inches. A standard car tire is approximately 22-24 inches wide. If you have a larger vehicle, then you may need a wider tire. When choosing a tire, make sure you buy a tire that fits your vehicle. You should always check the tire pressure before driving off. Your tires should not be underinflated or overinflated.
A rim type refers to the shape of the wheel. There are two types of rims, steel and aluminum. Steel rims are generally stronger than aluminum rims. Aluminum rims are lighter than steel rims, but they are less durable. In general, steel rims are preferred if you plan on doing a lot of heavy lifting. Aluminium rims are preferred if your vehicle does not require a lot of weight bearing capacity.
Load index (LI) is a measurement of how much weight a tire can carry. Generally speaking, the higher the load index, the heavier the tire. Tires with a high load index are recommended for vehicles that do not require a lot of traction.
Speed rating indicates the speed at which a tire can safely travel without losing traction. A lower number means a safer tire. Speeds range from 1-60 mph. Most tires fall between 35-55mph.
Tire construction describes the way the rubber is put together. There are three basic categories of tires: radial ply, bias ply, and radial bias. Radial ply tires are constructed with a single layer of cords running parallel to the direction of rotation. Bias ply tires have a cord that runs perpendicular to the direction of rotation, while radial bias tires use both layers of cords.
Sizing refers to the width of the tire. Tires are sized according to their width. Widths range from 4.0”-20.0”.
Tire pressure refers to the amount of air pressure inside the tire. Proper tire pressure helps prevent flat tires and increases fuel efficiency. Under inflated tires lose pressure quicker, causing them to wear out faster. Over inflated tires cause the tread to separate from the sidewall, resulting in cuts and punctures. Check your tire pressure once a month.