Reasons for Spare Tire Maintenance on Loader Tires
1. Why do most people perform spare tire maintenance on loader tires?
At present, some car owners who pursue performance will modify the tires after purchasing a car. Since the design of the vehicle is based on the feelings and needs of most drivers, plus the cost and other considerations, the original tires may not be the best choice. After the loader tires are modified, the handling of the vehicle can indeed be improved.
However, experts remind car owners that although there are many benefits after tire modification, improper modification of loader tires may cause safety hazards and induce traffic accidents.
Therefore, when modifying tires, go to a professional modification shop, and they will calculate what size tires should be used through formulas, which will not affect the driving of the vehicle.
When driving at high speed for a long time in summer, you should cool the tires in a cool place after driving for a while. Pay attention to the bearing capacity of the tires and do not overload. This will keep the tire pressure at a normal level without overuse. The way to prevent overuse is to regularly rotate the tires after a certain period of driving to even out the wear of the four wheels.
If you want the spare tire to play a real emergency role, you should also pay attention to its maintenance at ordinary times. First, always check the air pressure of the spare tire of the loader tire; secondly, the spare tire should pay attention to preventing oil corrosion. The tire is a rubber product, and it is most afraid of being corroded by various oil products.
After the tire gets oily, it will swell and corrode soon, which will greatly reduce the service life of the tire. Finally, the life of the spare tire is about 4 years. Many car owners mistakenly believe that the loader tires for sale are always new when it is not used. Even if the spare tire has not been used once in a year, it needs to be replaced, otherwise, the spare tire of the loader tire will become a waste tire.
2. How to guarantee the wear of loader tires?
Abnormal wear and tear caused by various factors during the use of tires is a headache for the majority of drivers and friends. Too high or too low tire pressure, overloaded operation, poor four-wheel alignment, the brutal operation caused by unskilled operator driving skills, unreasonable selection and installation of tires, and damage to external hard objects, etc., will reduce their service life.
How to effectively avoid these abnormal wear of loader tires requires the following aspects:
First of all, strictly abide by the tire inflation standard. After inflation, check whether there is air leakage in each part, and check the tire pressure regularly to ensure that it meets the standard.
Get into the habit of using a barometer to measure air pressure, not with the naked eye. Ensure that the tires of the loader have a certain elasticity, and when they bear the specified load, their deformation does not exceed the specified range, so as to ensure that the vehicle has good stability and comfort during driving.
The air pressure of the spare tire should be relatively high to avoid running out of air for a long time. Secondly, it is necessary to select and install the tires correctly and use the corresponding inner tubes according to the tire specifications.
The tires assembled on the same machine should guarantee the same brand, the same structure and the same performance. If this cannot be done, the tires of the same brand, the same specification, the same pattern and the same type should be assembled on the same axle of the loader tire;
When replacing new tires, the whole vehicle or coaxial replacement should be done at the same time; tires with directional patterns should be installed according to the specified rolling direction;
When replacing with new tires, the new tires should be installed on the front wheels, and the repaired tires should be installed on the rear wheels. To ensure driving safety, retreaded tires are not allowed to be used as steering wheels (front wheels).
In order to ensure the correct use of the loader tires and the whole machine, always pay attention to the reading of the water temperature gauge, and measures must be taken when it reaches above 90°.
You can choose to park in the nearest shade and cool down at idling speed. Be careful not to turn off the engine immediately to prevent the engine from overheating and causing accidents such as cylinder pulling. After the temperature has dropped, you should also check the tension of the fan belt.