Tire Repair

Tire Repair from Network Automotive Service Center

By: Network Automotive Service Center  02/05/2016
Keywords: Tire Repair, Tire Rotation, Tire Balancing

Tire Wear Indicators CUPPING – worn steering or suspension components, lack of rotation, out of balance, loose wheel bearings RANDOM CUPPING – worn steering or suspension components, lack of rotation, out of balance, loose wheel bearings. INSIDE & OUTSIDE EDGE WEAR – under inflation, lack of rotation, high speed cornering CENTER TREAD WEAR – over inflation, lack of rotation FEATHERED EDGE – excessive camber and or toe. (alignment) UNEVEN WEAR - excessive camber and or toe. Tire Safety - Everything Rides On It Protection against avoidable breakdowns and crashes, improved vehicle handling, better fuel economy, and increased tire life are just a few reasons to take five minutes every month to check your tires. Simply use the handy checklist below and see the reverse side for more information on tire safety.

Keywords: Flat Repairs, Tire Balancing, Tire Installation, Tire Repair, Tire Retailer, Tire Rotation, Tire Services, Wheel Balancing

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