If you are planning to outfit your truck or your
by：Tanco Tire,Timax Tyre 2020-09-05
- Why would I want to consider a radial tire? Radial tires encourage both uniformity and steering response.
- Why would I want to consider a bias tire? Are mileage numbers and tread life important to you? Would you like increased off-road protection? If so, a bias tire may be the right fit for you and your vehicle.
- When is a wide tire a good selection? When floatation, stability and aesthetic appeal are important, wide tires deliver.
- How about a narrow tire? What does it offer? Think traction. If you spend a good deal of time navigating your truck or off-road vehicle through mud, a narrow tire may be an excellent purchase.
- How will I know the maximum load? All Mickey Thompson tires have the maximum load and inflation right there on the sidewall so it's impossible for you to forget and unnecessary for you to guess.
- How full should I pump my tires with air? There is no across-the-board answer to this question. Answer it yourself by inflating until there is a full-ground footprint.
- I want maximum performance from my tires. How do I achieve this? Look to your rims. By using rims that are the right size for your tires, rotating the tires, keeping them inflated and making sure the alignment is sound, you will give your tires the aspects they need in order to be full functional.
- How often do I rotate Mickey Thompson tires? Every 3,000-5,000 miles, take your vehicle in to a service station to have the tires rotated.
How do I know these tires will work for me? Feel secure knowing that Mickey Thompson extends a warranty on this type of tire. If there are any defects in workmanship or materials, their tires that are approved for use by the Department of Transportation will fall under the warranty.