Truck Drive Tyres
Truck Drive Tyres are with maximum pulling force for your truck.
The Truck Drive Tyres is mounted on the rear axle (s) of the tractor. The tire position here is further ventilated inside and out, as the training tires are usually mounted in a two-wheel configuration. The drive axles are powered by the transmission, giving the vehicle forward thrust, so drive tires are typically designed with a siped or studded tread for superior traction on a variety of surfaces. The most popular Truck Drive Tyre is 11r 22.5 drive tires
A drive wheel is a wheel of a motor vehicle that transmits force, transforming torque into pulling force from the tires to the road, causing the vehicle to move. The powertrain provides enough torque to the wheel to overcome stationary forces, which causes the vehicle to move forward or backward In Today's road transport vehicles, tyres have higher performance
requirements; they can meet various complex road conditions under harsh conditions such as high speed, heavy loads, rain and
snow, sand and sand etc. Faced with hundreds of tires of the same specification, how do you choose the correct tread pattern so that the vehicle performs at its best? First, we need to understand the different functions of the tire design; the following is the most typical traction semi-trailer as an example.
The longitudinal pattern on the tread is circumferential continuous and transversely disconnected, so that the longitudinal rigidity of the tread is large, but the transverse rigidity is low. The advantage of the longitudinal pattern tire shows that the car can get strong grip when going through the bend and is less prone to side skids in an emergency. And the flaws of this type of tire are also very obvious, when the car is in a straight line slightly insufficient grip, the brake is also easier to skid, the braking distance is a little longer.
The transverse pattern and the longitudinal pattern is essentially a vertical arrangement, the pattern is a continuous, longitudinal transverse fracture, the transverse stiffness of the tread is large, and the longitudinal stiffness is low, its basic characteristics are also opposed to the longitudinal pattern, normal driving the power is strong, but it is difficult to cope with cornering at high speed, in contrast, it is easier to slide sideways.
The transverse pattern tire has strong overtaking property and can adapt to bad road conditions. However, the rolling resistance of the cross-pattern tire is important, although it can provide grip when driving in a straight line, but at the same time, the pattern is also easy to wear and tear and bring higher fuel consumption.
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