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Tired

Has been strong for a while and will probably fall due to increased supply at current price level (due to e.g. profit taking, technical analysis). Heavy.
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In Chinese OE tire market, the market share of South Korean giants Hankook and Kumho Tire slumped because of consecutive quality problems.
Wednesday, March 14--Session 1--Future technologies: "Performance of a tire with a porous tread," Jerzy Ejsmont, Technical University of Gdansk, and Ulf Sandberg, VTI (Swedish National Road & Transport Research Institute); "Performance of a composite tire/wheel," Ulf Sandberg, VTI, and Jerzy Ejsmont, Technical University of Gdansk; "Development of a porous tire tread," Bjom Kalman, VTI; "Modeling sound absorption and other characteristics of a tire with a porous tread," Wolfgang Kropp, Chalmers University of Technology; "Modeling sound and vibration characteristics of a composite tire/wheel," Wolfgang Krupp, Chalmers University; and "Development of a composite tire/wheel," Hans Erik Hansson, HE Hansson AB.
2003), examined the human and ecosystem hazard presented by tire crumb using in vitro mutagenicity assays.
Eyeball your vehicle's tires often, especially in quarries, for signs of tire spin cuts.
Rotate every 6,000 to 8,000 miles: "It promotes even tire wear, so they'll last longer.
landfills have begun charging for disposal in an attempt to limit the number of tires at their sites.
Improper vehicle maintenance and excessive loading of CVs are major drivers of the Indian tire aftermarket," notes the analyst of this research service.
General 57 Tire Supply & Demand 58 Tire Market Outlook 61 Tire Production Capacity 62 United States 64 Canada 74 Mexico 79
Rankings are based on percent of tires going to end use markets, number of stockpiled tires, stockpiled tires per capita, number of tires land-disposed and the percent of the number of tires/per capita land-disposed in 2005.
The biggest shortages appear to be in the Caterpillar 777 truck tire line and for tires in the 57-inch range.
This isn't Michelin's unlamented proprietary TRX tire all over again for the simple reason that Pirelli, Goodyear, Toyo and Sumitomo have licensed the system and will produce their own tires for it.
When you order a replacement tire using NSN 2610-01-126-1576, you'll get either a Michelin XL (16.