Welcome to our Online Store!

0 item(s) - ₹0.00
You have no items in your shopping cart.
info infoinfo

Items 1 to 10 of 21 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
Set Ascending Direction

What is Wheel Alignment?

Sunday, June 24, 2018 4:27:15 PM Asia/Calcutta

A vehicle is said to be properly aligned when all suspension and steering components are sound and when the tyre, wheel assemblies are running straight. Proper alignment is necessary for even tread wear and precise steering. Uneven front/rear tyre wear or changes in your vehicle's handling or steering response (i.e. pulling to one side) can indicate misalignment. Wheel Alignment service for your vehicle is recommended every 3000 kms.

Read More

What is Wheel Balancing?

Sunday, June 24, 2018 4:24:52 PM Asia/Calcutta

A wheel which is not properly balanced may cause vibrations and can affect steering control. This balance is achieved by positioning weights on the wheel to counterbalance heavy spots on the tyre wheel assembly. Properly balanced tyres are important for driving comfort and long tyre life. Tyres should be balanced when they are mounted on the wheels for the first time or when they are removed for repair. Periodic balancing can extend tyre life.

Read More

Please send us an email at contact@auto-drome.in or call us at 9884089737 with your requirements. Our well trained sales staff will be glad to provide all the details. You can also use Contact Us or Live Chat page on our website to reach us.

Read More
Posted in FAQs

How do I send feedback about my experience?

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 8:08:40 PM Asia/Calcutta

We significantly value your feedback and truly appreciate it. Please use the following link to provide your feedback. You can also send us an email at contact@auto-drome.in

 

Read More
Posted in FAQs

What does PCD mean?

Monday, April 23, 2018 5:38:06 PM Asia/Calcutta

PCD stands for “Pitch Circle Diameter” and is the diameter of a circle drawn through the centre of your wheel's bolt holes. PCD is measured in millimeters and also indicates the number of studs or bolts the wheel will have.

Read More

Is Nitrogen better than regular Air for Tyre inflation?

Monday, February 12, 2018 4:27:28 PM Asia/Calcutta

Yes. Nitrogen being inert, non-combustible and non-corrosive gas offers following significant advantages:

  • Nitrogen permeates the tyre significantly lower than the oxygen in the air.

  • It stays in the tyre for longer time resulting in tyre pressure staying constant for a longer time

  • Improves fuel economy

  • Reduces tyre oxidation and wheel corrosion

  • Reduces running temperatures of tyre resulting in extended tyre life

Read More

What does Tyre & Wheel Up-Sizing/Plus-Sizing mean?

Monday, February 5, 2018 4:15:27 PM Asia/Calcutta

Plus-Sizing or Up-Stizing are two terms given to the practice of increasing the diameter of your tyres and wheels whilst simultaneously reducing the profile of your tyres to keep the overall rolling radius the same. Up-Sizing/Plus-Sizing will improve the handling of your car. Each step will reduce the proportion of flexible tyre 'sidewall' to rigid alloy. This will improve response, will help keep the tyre tread square to the road and will improve your car's 'feedback'. If done properly speedo and odometer accuracy will be retained and the car's sure to look better. Talk to one of our experts to find suitable up-sizing alternatives for your vehicle.

Read More

What are general Manufacturer’s Warranty terms for Tyres?

Monday, January 29, 2018 2:02:21 PM Asia/Calcutta

Generally, all tyre manufacturers provide standard warranty policy for manufacturing defects. Tyres failed due to manufacturing defects will be replaced based on pro-rata wear.

Read More

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.

 

Read More

I have bought two radial tyres? Can I mix it with Bias tyres on my car

Monday, January 8, 2018 1:45:00 PM Asia/Calcutta

Tyres of different size designations, constructions, and stages of wear may affect vehicle handling and stability. For best all-around performance, it is recommended that all tyres be of the same size, construction (radial, non-radial) load and speed rating. Never mix radial and bias tyres on the same axle. When Radial tyres are used with Bias on the same car, the radials must always be placed on the rear axle. A single new tyre should be paired on the rear axle with the tyre having the most tread depth  among the remaining tyres.

 

Read More

Items 1 to 10 of 21 total

Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
Set Ascending Direction
Please enter mobile number: