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    • “tyre” i hate british people so fucking much
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    • V is for very fast
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    • V for Very
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    • Tire*
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    • “Tyre” 🤢
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    • Also! There will be a DOT number on both sides of the tire, but one of them will be longer! The last four numbers on the longer DOT number are the month/year it was produced, don’t buy tires that are old! Shady shops will put the dates on the inside of your car so you can’t see them easily!
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    • “Tyre”
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    • The V stands for vroom
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    • Tyre is wrong; Tire is right. I'm sharing this because not everybody has access to school to learn how to spell correctly.
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    • speed ratings(mph): L=75, M=81, N=87, P=93, Q=99, R=106, S=112, T=118, U=124, H=130, V=149, W=168, Y=186, (Y)=186+
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    • Adding to the info. The width is measured in millimeters. The "profile", or sidewall, is measured as a percentage of the width. And the rim size is measured in inches.
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    • I have a dad and I still didn't know..
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    • Very speed
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    • Some dads don’t teach it anyways so thanks this is good to know
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    • Tire* filthy brit
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    • I didn't know the tire speed one
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    • Tyre
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    • V for Very speed
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    • How fast is "V"
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    • I really wish I knew more about vehicles but I don't know an efficient way to learn about them. I guess I can just Google stuff and watch videos but I don't retain information well that way
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    • I work at a tire shop and I can guarantee you that as long as you know the numbers you don’t need to know what they mean
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    • First number is how wide the tread is (in mm). Can also be written in inches, but that is usually only on large truck tires ( ex. 13.50). Second number is the percentage of the width that the sidewall height is (220/50 would be 220 wide with 110mm sidewall height). R means radial tire
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    • My mom taught me, fuck dead beat dads
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    • Wait you had a dad
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    • Okay but how do I know how much PSI to fill my tires to?? One of my cars had the reccomended PSI on the tires but another didn't and I don't know how to figure it out without it.
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    • Or be a real man and have tires big enough to be measured in freedom units (35's, 37's)
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    • My tire size is 255/40/17. The part that contacts the road is 255mm wide, the side wall is 40% the length of the 255mm width, and it fits a 17inch wheel. Also, there is no 1 exact size for a wheel. My wheel is 8.5 inches so you can safely mildly stretch 225mm or go to 265, 245 is usually preferred
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    • British "people" don't have and don't deserve rights
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    • Tyre?
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    • Dudes in lifted trucks drive like they got the highest speed rated tires
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    • What's a dad? I'm axin for a friend
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    • Speed Rating: Very
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    • V is for VERY FUCKING FASTTTT
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    • The first number represents the width of the tire in mm. The second number represents the height of the side wall expressed as a percentage of the width of the tire. 45 means the height is 45% of 235mm (106mm tall).
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    • Tyre?
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    • *Tire
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    • I was taught this and still have to look it up when I want new tires.
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    • V for VRRRRRROOOOMMMMM
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    • Thanks bro
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    • Well most people also have the capability to use Google
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    • Tyre
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    • R
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    • 325/35/19 in the rear 305/30/19 up front
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    • It’s actually tire width, aspect ratio(height of the sidewall as a percent of the width) tire type, then diameter, typically followed by load and speed, an example of the most common type is 215/60R16 98V. Oddest size I’ve seen is ST175/85D14 121S, which is a bias OkY Tralee tire capable of carryi
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    • I have a dad. I love him. He's great. He never attempted to teach me anything of use. Not changing a tire, not using a lawn mower, nothing. My mom taught me to keep a checkbook, which I've never used and neither of them even mentioned taxes. I really do love them, but they did not prep me much.
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    • The R is for
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    • To add to this. You will also find the Max PSI ( pounds per square inch). You can get a tire pressure gauge at most gas stations. Properly aired tires keeps them wearing evenly and can improve your fuel mileage.
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    • content not available more
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    • My dad doesn’t know this.
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    • Supa Hot Fyre Tyre
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    • Also pay attention if the "tire" is Inside/Outside or Rotational. Mounting them incorrectly could result in reduced tread like. Also invest in a Tread Depth gauge they are like $5 and it can tell you how good your tires are or if you are buying used how much life they have left, 1/2
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    • Hey Tyree!!! Hey Tyree!!! Can you help me find the size on this ‘Tyre’ ???
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    • Hahaha did not have a dad to grow up with but I found a good farm family to work for and got a job for a tire company while going to college and now I'm a controls engineer who would have thought
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    • Look, I know what tire profile is but you are doing nothing to help out other lads in that section
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    • Air pressure way more important to teach
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    • I’ve got a dad, he just isn’t much of a car guy.
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    • Go to betasoup-yt and dislike his video and leave a mean comment on all of them he is a asshole redditard that downvotes everyone and said my game clip was garbage even though I clutched a 1v3 in a game of ranked
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    • Weight/height in inches/age/beginning letter of name
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    • "tyre"
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    • Or you could just buy a standard sized tire like a true American. IE, 42x13.50R20. 42 inches tall, 13.5 inches wide, 20 inch wheels.
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    • Very fast
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    • Do I detect a Britt?
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    • I had a dad to teach me. He just didn’t
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    • Individual of Bri*ish origin located.
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    • Whats tire profile mean an how do i find the best for my vehicle
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    • I just replaced my tires like an hour ago, it was a lot easier than I thought it was gonna be
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    • Adding to the info, keep an eye on your tires tread if its worn and your tires are smooth you need new tires you won't be able to get much traction, also if youre treading is bad you cant get a proper patch if you get a small hole on the tire. And make sure to get your tires rotated monthly this....
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    • Everybody has a google to google them stuff
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    • I dont know what the numbers on a tire mean but i do know when you open and close the hood, it looks like the cars talking
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    • Blimey guvnah! Mind the woh-ah on the road, or the tyre will go all throbbing wobbly on the fookin twat. Pip pip!!
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    • I’m tyred of the letter “I” as well
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    • I wish they had the tire size on the side, ya know for like off roading. Like 33s and 35s
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    • Fuck are you doing in 2020 with 13 inch wheels?
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    • V ery speed
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    • I feel like my dad showed me this, I just wasn’t paying attention lol
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    • I didnt know the speed one but i knew all the others
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    • *Tire
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    • Is also rated R for adults
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    • The second number (on metric sized tires) is a percentage. It tells the size of the sidewall (measurement between the bead and tread) of the tire. On the tire shown in the photo the sidewall measurement is 45% of 235 which means the sidewall of the tire is about 4 and 1/8 inches.
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    • I thought it was spelled “tire” have I been wrong my whole life?
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    • But where the fuck is the PSI listed?!?!
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    • I thought it was the model number.... Big oof
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    • V is for virgin
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    • Most important is teach people to read when the damn tires were made bc after 4-5 years they will dry rot and be very unsafe
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    • Especially blacks
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    • I have Z rated tires on my 30th SS Camaro, expensive as fuuuuuucckk
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    • Is this bitch calling me out?
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    • Oh thanks
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    • 235 is the width of the tread in cm, the 45 is the size of the tread percentage for the side, (as in the sidewall is 45% of 235cm) the 18 is the distance from the center of the rim to the edge because the r means radius
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    • The DOT code (a four-digit code after it says DOT) is also important because it tells you when exactly the tire was made. Example- 4114 means the tire was made in the 41st week of 2014. Tires older than 6 years generally shouldn’t be put on cars if they’ve been sitting on a shelf for those 6 years,
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    • My tire says 400 285 R 16 X
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    • Yeah, it’s the type pressure that most people need to know though, you useless Cunt
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    • Most importantly (besides having the right size) is the DOT date on tires!!!Even “new”, been sitting on a shelf for 10 years, tires are going to deteriorate. After the DOT mark there are some numbers, the last 4 (in a noticeable stamp) are week and year they were made ei: 1517 made 15th week of 2017
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    • "Mommy why does the man with bad teeth talk funny?"
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    • Some of us had dads that didn’t bother to teach us
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    • I didnt know that
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    • This just leaves out how to find out your rim size. If say you aren’t running stock wheels on a car/truck that you bought from someone else. And they don’t remember themselves.
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    • My dad died when I was 8. Thank you
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    • And then ply/load rating is on there too
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