I have over 30 years experience in the design, manufacturing, and testing of tires. I have served as the technical advisor to the "800" number. I have authored or co-authored many publications - usually without credit. I can answer almost any technical question, but please don`t ask me to compare brands. I probably have prejudices because of my work experience.
Member SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Member Tire Society (Tire Technical Organization) SCCA Regional Competiton License holder Authored many training manuals on tires, their care and use.
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) Tire Society
You may want to visit my web site: http://www.barrystiretech.com/index.html
I am a graduate of the University of Dayton, Dayton, OH - BME, 1971 I attended graduate school at the University of Akron - but did not complete my PhD - something I regret.
I want to dispell many of the "myths" about tires so people will be better informed.
Tires are a highly engineered product that face some of the most severe environments - the road.
The vast majority of tire failures are caused by road hazards and lack of proper tire maintenance, not manufacturing defects.
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Damon, Because of the peculiar nature of 911's, Porsche has a specification they call an *N Spec*, where they indicate which tires are compatible with this peculiar nature of 911's. So unless the
Skip, You asked: 1. How is it that cold pressure can vary but hot pressure always levels out at the "correct" driving pressure and stays there while driving? That just seems to defy logic!
Steve, Noise is not dependent on tire rotation direction nor mounting inside por out. So even if the tire are mounted incorrectly, they will not make more noise than if mounted correctly. But All
Bobby, If you are using an LT265/75R16, then you need to use 15 psi more than what they vehicle tire placard says. The vehicle tire placard is located on the driver's door frame on modern cars, and
Emanuel, For practical purposes, there is no difference between a P205/65R16 and a 205/65R16. What matters much, much more, is the difference between the tires themselves - and I can't tell you if