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tires

(tī′ĕrz)
1. Milk sickness.
2. Trembles.
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30 aged tire endurance task group work," June Satterfield, Michelin North America; "TPMS and the replacement tire market: Can independent dealers survive?
Since that legal action, eight of the 21 generators removed nearly 25,000 tires from the site.
Because the sensor is integrated into the tire itself it is able to gather far more data than just air pressure and temperature.
BSAH and its subsidiaries develop, manufacture and market a wide range of Bridgestone, Firestone, Dayton and associate brand tires to address the needs of a broad range of customers, including consumers, automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers, and those in the agricultural, forestry and mining industries.
The replacement medium/wide-base/heavy on-highway commercial truck tires market is projected to decrease by approximately 2%, or 300,000 units, to 17.
The 14-year-old company, which is based in northern Alberta, collects tires from throughout Alberta and the Yukon Territory to the north.
Taking five minutes each month to check and adjust tire pressure can enhance safety, improve fuel economy and help tires last longer.
Blumenthal cautions that end markets for scrap tires can shift, adding that manufacturers of high-end products made from crumb rubber are going offshore.
The Tire Rack has also collected results from more than 116,000 consumer surveys representing nearly 1.
Golden passes its tires through five machines, the first of which produces a 6-inch particle size.
David Calvert, University of Hull; "The bus tires failures analysis," Gradimir Danon, University of Belgrade; and "Tire forensics," Anil Sardesai, C1RT.
As consuming markets have strengthened, the number of tires sitting in stockpiles has declined.