Can you tell if your tires are of good quality or bad

The quality of tires directly affects the driving and installation. When should they be replaced? Do you want to change? The tires may be sending you a signal!
Drum kit: Even a small drum kit should be replaced in time. Tyre bulges cannot be repaired, which can easily cause safety hazards such as punctures and delamination. The common causes of bulging are as follows:
Crown space: due to factors such as overload, emergency braking, high temperature, etc., the adhesion between the layers is reduced, and the centrifugal force of the tread is increased, resulting in delamination of the top of the tread.
Shoulder empty: tire quality is not good enough, resulting in a bulge on the side of the tire.
Hole in the spigot: There is a problem with the winding of the spigot wire, which causes the steel ring to crack and delamination.
Cord break: When radial tires pass through grooves, ridges, and road foreign objects, the speed will increase, causing the rim and the ground to squeeze the side of the tire, causing the side cord to break, causing local sidewall bulges.
Tread pattern becomes lighter: As the mileage increases, the tire pattern will gradually wear out, causing the tire performance to gradually decline. For safety reasons, the tires need to be replaced. There are two main ways to judge the lightening of the tread pattern. ①The wear indicator can be found through the small triangle symbol on the side of the tire. The tread wear is lower than the wear indicator, and the tire needs to be replaced. ②If the driver feels bumpy and unstable, it may indicate tire damage or excessive wear.

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