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Is it possible to repair a Tubeless Tyre after puncture?

Monday, February 26, 2018 5:08:25 PM Asia/Calcutta

Depending on the extent of damage, it is possible to repair a tubeless tyre. Typically, for small sized punctures, it is possible to repair the damage. Please consult one of our experts for an unbiased evaluation

 

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Why are Radial tyres better than Conventional Bias tyres ?

Monday, January 29, 2018 1:53:03 PM Asia/Calcutta

By virtue of their inherent design radial tyres have following advantages over Bias tyres:

  • Longer tyre life

  • Improved fuel efficiency

  • Better high speed performance

  • Better Vehicle handling and driving comfort  

  • Improved braking & cornering

  • Better puncture resistance

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How do I know the tyre I am buying is a radial tyre ?

Monday, January 15, 2018 1:50:49 PM Asia/Calcutta

In tyre designation or size markings, “R” is used to denote Radial construction of a tyre. For instance,  for Tyre SIze 165/80R14, R indicates Radial tyre for 14 inch rim diameter code. Moreover “Radial” is also embossed on the tyre sidewall.

 

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Do I need to check tyre air pressure more frequently in tubeless tyres?

Monday, December 4, 2017 1:09:46 PM Asia/Calcutta

No, you do not have to check tyre air pressure more frequently than a tube type tyre provided tubeless tyre is fitted properly on a correct rim with proper valve fitment. However, if condition of rim is not good due to conditions such as bent, cracked, rusted etc or tyre/valve is not properly fitted, this can cause frequent air loss problem. Since air pressure is the most critical parameter in a tyre for its optimum performance, it is advisable to check your tyre on a regular basis irrespective of its tube-type/tubeless construction.

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What is the correct inflation level for my tyres?

Monday, November 6, 2017 1:02:43 PM Asia/Calcutta

Always maintain tyre air  pressure as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. You can find this tyre air pressure recommendation in your vehicle owner's manual, posted on the edge of the driver's door, on a door post or on the inside of the glove box door.

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Always check tyre air pressure when tyres are cold after vehicle has stopped. Use accurate tyre pressure gauge. If check is made when tyres are hot then inflation pressure above 4 psi than the recommended cold operation air pressure by the vehicle manufacturer is permissible. Check the pressures of your tyres, including spare, once in a fortnight and before any long journey or if traveling with a heavy load. Ensure a dirt-free valve cap is always fitted.

 

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What is the maximum recommended speed for my Tyre?

Monday, October 23, 2017 12:53:44 PM Asia/Calcutta

All tyres are marked with their speed capability in the form of Speed Symbol. Speed symbol is an alphabet to indicate the maximum speed at which a tyre can carry a load corresponding to its load index For example, for a Tyre with size specification “185/70R14 88S”: S is the speed symbol corresponding to 180 km/h. In other words the subject tyre is capable of doing 180 Kmph for load not exceeding its load index 88 (560 kgs).

 

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What are various factors affecting Tyre life and performance?

Monday, October 9, 2017 11:55:22 PM Asia/Calcutta

Inflation Pressure,Speed, Road Conditions, Driving habits and Seasonal Effects are various factors affecting Tyre life and performance.Read More

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