How to Convert Bias Ply Tire Sizes to Metric?

Answer Bias-ply tires date back to 1898. With the development of vulcanized rubber, Goodyear began creating bias-ply tires with cords of fabric built into the rubber for stability. The sizing on bias-ply ... Read More »

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How to Convert Tire Pressure to Metric?

Tire pressure represents the inflation level of a car tire. Making sure that your car's tires are properly inflated leads to better gas mileage and longer lasting tires, according to the U.S. Depar... Read More »

How to Convert Pre-1949 Tire Sizes to Modern Equivalents?

Prior to 1949, vehicle manufacturers did not have a universally-accepted method for calculating tire size. Many early manufacturers used uniform wheels for all their vehicles or custom wheels. For ... Read More »

How to Change Inch Sizes to Metric?

Inches is a common unit of distance in the imperial system of measurements. The metric system's standard unit is the meter. Other metric units of distance include the millimeter, centimeter and kil... Read More »

How to Maintain Bias Ply Racing Tire Pressure?

Maintaining tire pressure is a constant battle even with modern steel belted radial tires. Even more difficult is to maintain the air pressure in nylon cord tires because air migrates through the b... Read More »