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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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Between the pneumatic tires, the mean rolling resistance of the Primo Orion was 11.0 [+ or -] 1.3 percent greater than the Primo V-Trak.
This report also outlines the competitive environment of the pneumatic tire market, providing a comprehensive study of the key strategies adopted by market leaders.
Heavy duty pneumatic tire including narrow rib U.S.
of spindle force, which will give better gas mileage than a pneumatic tire at conventional inflation pressure.
Gerald Potts of Test Measurement Systems will present, "The tire as a vehicle component." Today's pneumatic tire is said to serve four functions, including supporting a moving load, generating steering forces, generating driving and braking forces, and providing isolation from road irregularities.
trade in pneumatic tires rebounded in 2010 and has continued to grow through the first half of 2011.
Key statement: The first invention relates to a vehicle with pneumatic tires characterized in that the vehicle comprises a cooling unit which expels a fluid to cool the pneumatic tire from the outside thereof at least when the air pressure of the pneumatic tire decreases.
Methods are described for making the polymer reaction product, their use in preparing vulcanized elastomeric compositions, and articles made from such compositions, including pneumatic tires, tire treads, belts, and the like.
Models are offered with cushion and pneumatic tires, based on application and weight specific needs.