Is it possible to mix solid tires of different speed classes?
If two tires of different speed ratings are mounted on the same vehicle, regardless of the drive axle, install the tire with the higher speed rating on the rear axle to prevent potential vehicle oversteering. In addition, do not drive the vehicle beyond the maximum speed of the tire (for example winter tires generally have a relatively low maximum speed, so remember not to exceed the maximum speed of the tire during use).
Is it possible to mix different types of tires?
For best all-around performance, all four-wheel positions should use the same type of tires.
Tires of different sizes, constructions, and states of wear can affect the handling and stability of your vehicle. PLEASE NOTE: Some vehicles have intentionally different-sized tires on the front and rear axles. For example most sports cars are originally equipped with tires of different sizes on the front and rear axles. the
Also, please don't mix radial and non-radial tires on the same car. If you have to mix tires, never mix radial and non-radial tires on the same axle. If two radial and two non-radial tires are installed on one vehicle, the two radial tires must be installed on the rear axle, and the two non-radial tires should be installed on the front axle. the
For four-wheel-drive models, if the owner's manual does not indicate the operating instructions for the mixed-use of tires, please observe the following principles:
Do not mix tires of different sizes. All four tires should be the same size.
Do not mix radial and bias ply tires. All four tires should be either radial or bias-ply.
Do not mix tires with different tread patterns, such as all-road and summer tires.
Do I have to replace my existing tires with tires of the same size?
Never choose a tire that is a different size than the original equipment tire. Replacement tires should be the same size - or have an optional configuration approved by the vehicle manufacturer. The correct tire size can be found on the vehicle information plate on the door or in the vehicle owner's manual.
You can find out your current tire size by looking at the markings on the sidewall of your tire.
If I only purchased two tires, how should I install the new tires?
If only two tires are being replaced, make sure the new tires are installed on the vehicle's rear axle. The reasons are as follows:
New tires provide better-wet grip than old tires.
When new tires are installed on the rear axle, the risk of the vehicle drifting or drifting on wet roads can be reduced.
Don't use second-hand tires because you never know what happened to the original tire.
Internal injuries can cause tire damage and pose a hazard.
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