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tires

(tī′ĕrz)
1. Milk sickness.
2. Trembles.
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Continental Commercial Vehicle Tires is one of the largest manufacturers of truck, bus and commercial specialty tires worldwide.
The good news is that the date of manufacture is marked on each tire, as seen in the image below.
"Tire manufacturers have been working hard for 16 years to promote environmentally and economically sound solutions to reduce scrap tire waste," Michael Blumenthal, RMA senior technical director, says.
Even though foam-filled or solid tires offer protection against flats, operators should still take care to avoid traveling over sharp objects, says Mark Teckenburg, marketing manager of Bobcat Co., West Fargo, N.D.
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Rocky Mountain region (Region 8) Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) received three telephone inquiries from parents concerned about health risks to children exposed to a recycled tire crumb product used as a soil additive, or "amendment," on school playgrounds.
On earth-moving equipment, replace tires that have less than 13/32-in tread depth.
As those ups and downs of road topography jostle the tire, they cause vibrations.
* Check tire pressure: "The number on the tire wall is the maximum inflation pressure for the tire--not what's recommended for your vehicle.
"When I see a tire, I see green," says McIntosh, speaking in both the environmental and monetary sense.
Vibrations transmitted by worn or improperly maintained tires can also seriously damage lift trucks.
However, eventually tires on any machine have to be replaced.