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  • #13958

    captiannapalm
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    good to know

    #13942

    captiannapalm
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    find one in a junkyard

    #13941

    captiannapalm
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    I unwound the tube from the one i got at the junkyard. They didnt charge me for it. The nice thing was the motor was out of the car. what does that tube do?

    #13934

    captiannapalm
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    how hard is this to replace

    #13932

    captiannapalm
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    thank you

    #13931

    captiannapalm
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    I’d still be looking at a rebuild

    #13926

    captiannapalm
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    [blockquote]BBCode you used is not allowed.[/blockquote]

    16×7 205/55r16

    #13924

    captiannapalm
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    [blockquote]BBCode you used is not allowed.[/blockquote]

    16×7 205/55r16

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    #13923

    captiannapalm
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    Is this ok to drive. I was going to take it to a show this weekend. Any risk of over heating?

    #13896

    captiannapalm
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    this is taken from tire tech

    Note: The overall diameter of a steel belted radial is determined by the steel belts, there is little, if any, change to the overall diameter of the tire due to differences in rim width.

    The industry rule of thumb is that for every 1/2″ change in rim width, the tire’s section width will correspondingly change by approximately 2/10″.

    For example: a tire in the P205/60R15 size is measured on a 6.0″ wide wheel and this size tire has an approved rim width range from 5.5″ to 7.5″ wide. The tire has a section width of 8.23″ (209mm) when mounted on a 6.0″ wide wheel. If that tire were mounted on all of the rims within its approved range, the tire’s approximate section width would change as follows:

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