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Here's a list of some random fun facts (trivia) about tires, rims and wheels, which you probably didn't know of before. Have fun with these, maybe it'll be a nice subject of discussion at work, dinner or at the gym or something like that! Most of the trivia is about tires and rims for cars, but other topics (vehicles) are also included.
There are basically two types of snow tires (winter tires) on the market, those that are studless and those that are studded.
So, what are wheel covers? This article is going to be about the covers that cover the whole rim, not the center caps (center emblems) which mounts over the center bore (used with alloy wheels).
Today we're going to talk about bolt pattern in metric and inches,(or should we say bolt pattern, same thing though).
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There are five main components to identify the correct lug nut or wheel lock: Thread Size Thread Pitch Seat Type Length/Dimensions Finish/Color
The sidewall of your tires is filled with important information that tells you everything you need to know about your tire. The numbers can be a bit overwhelming to the untrained eye, so the best way to understand tire markings is to take an example and break it down, bit by bit. Below are tips and information to help you learn how to read tire size and other tire markings commonly seen in the U.S.
The centre bore is the size of the hole in the centre of the wheel where the spigot fits through. The centre bore, (also known as spigot size), is the diameter of this hole, usually measured in millimetres.
PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) is the measurement of the diameter of the imaginary circle drawn through all of the wheel bolts or studs on a wheel. It is also known as the 'bolt circle'.
The offset of a vehicle's wheel is the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the plane of the hub-mounting surface of the wheel. It can thus be either positive or negative, and is typically measured in millimeters. Offset has a significant effect on many elements of a vehicle's suspension, including suspension geometry, clearance between the tire and suspension elements, the scrub radius of the steering system, and visually, the width of the wheel faces relative to the car's bodywork.