Tyre Tips

BEST WAY to check what TYRE SIZE should be on your Car

Posted by Mr Tyre on

Cars are designed to use a certain size tyre with a particular load and speed. Research and Development is completed by Car Manufacturers to select a certain tyre size to ensure Performance and Safety.Most Vehicles have a Sticker / Plakard located on the Pillar inside the Driver Door or under the Bonnet. This sticker clearly defines a tyre size or a range of tyre sizes that can be installed on a Vehicle. Vehicle owners reguarly put a larger rim size on their vehicles but its important that they use the OE tyre size to work out the rolling diameter of the larger...

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What is one of the more Aggressive All Terrain Tyres Available

Posted by Mr Tyre on

The Kanati Trail Hog is one of the more Aggresive looking All terrains on the Market in Australia. The Trail Hog has Rugged Side Wall "Side Biters" to give the tyre the appearance of being a MUD TYRE. The Kanato Trail Hog also provides the benefit of performing like an AT but looking like an MT. Mr Tyre Online is able to provide a good range of Kanati Trail Hogs. Please see this link for Sizes and Pricing https://mrtyre.online/search?type=product&q=Trail+HogLooking for Performance off road and Quiet Highway Driving - The Kanato Trail Hogs from USA is a Great Tyre for your SUV or 4...

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Are you confused after visiting your local Tyre Store?

Posted by Mr Tyre on

Buying new tyres for your car, SUV, Trailer or Caravan should be a simple process, however some tyre shops make it sound much more difficult than it really is.  The best advice I can offer you is to spend 5 minutes to understand your tyre size and load rating. Most tyres easily display the tyre size on the sidewall (as per picture) of the tyre like (175/70 R13) and they have a load and speed displayed just after the tyre size (ie: 82 T) These sizes are usually also found just inside the driver door on a small sticker.  When...

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