Tire air pressure requirements


Air pressure is the lifeline of the tire, too high or too low will shorten the service life of the tire. Too low air pressure will increase the deformation of the carcass and the sidewalls are prone to cracks. At the same time, flexing will occur, which will cause excessive heating, promote rubber aging, tire ply fatigue, cord breakage, and increase the tire contact area and accelerate the tire. Shoulder wear.