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Thread: Dangers of Over Inflating Tires
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04-12-2012, 07:29 AM #37
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This is why it is always
This is why it is always best to have a spare tire for back-up especially if you will go on a very long trip.
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04-12-2012, 09:58 PM #39
Good information, though I
Good information, though I like to add my 2 cents.
Tire pressure could be some what self-adjusting. Rubber, under compressive cycles, generates heat. An under-inflated tire deforms more, resulting in higher heat dissipation, translating into higher pressure inside. That is why the tire pressure is typically measured cold (have not been driven for miles). An over-inflated tire has the opposite effect.
Extending the thinking, the heat generated from repeated stress cycles (hysteresis) is related very much to the type of rubber/formula. It is always a compromise between traction, wear/tire life, operating and environmental conditions.
Regardless, it is better to follow the manufacturer's recommendations.
My problem often is when and how to measure the tire pressure correctly.
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