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tires

(tī′ĕrz)
1. Milk sickness.
2. Trembles.
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If Chinese companies take over Nokian, they will seize the excellent winter tire technology.
Tuesday, March 13: "Tire materials and manufacturing," Joseph Walter, University of Akron; and "Rules and regulations governing tires," Joseph Walter, University of Akron.
Texas, Alabama, Michigan and Ohio came out on top in terms of improving the scrap tire situation within their borders in 2005 compared to 2003.
Although most discarded tires are placed into landfills to degrade slowly, economic use of tire crumb diverts old tires from landfills and piles where they present serious hazards.
Never over-inflate tires to make 'em match in size or circumference.
If you never rotate your tires, they will wear unevenly, which will shorten the life of your tires.
As old tires wear out motorists need new ones, but tires are not biodegradable, and they continue to accumulate in staggering numbers.
In 2005, commercial vehicles tires accounted for 12.
China is the largest market for tires in the the world, representing 25 percent of global demand in 2012.
RMA's report, based upon a comprehensive survey of state scrap tire and solid waste officials and industry participants, says that 259 million of 299 million scrap tires generated in 2005 went to an end use market.
Makers and dealers of many machines find that tires are the weak link in the supply chain.
This isn't Michelin's unlamented proprietary TRX tire all over again for the simple reason that Pirelli, Goodyear, Toyo and Sumitomo have licensed the system and will produce their own tires for it.