According to the world wide web light truck tires are not required by the Department of Transportation to have speed ratings. From this, I gather that there are not speed ratings yet but probably will be in the future.
If the snow tires have a bigger diameter than the others, the odo and the speedo will read a bit low. If the snow tires have a smaller diameter the odo and speedo will read a bit high.
You can read reviews for the new Goodyear Eagle GT tires at quality-reviews.com. Here's a link to a review of said tires- http://quality-reviews.com/my-review-of-the-new-goodyear-eagle-gt-tires.
Yes. Brand has nothing to do with it. Only size and ratings
Falken tires have ratings of four and five and consider one of the highest quality brands for tires.
These two sites offer consumer ratings, production information and safety statistics: www.consumersearch.com/suv-tires/reviews AND http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/cars/tires-auto-parts/index.htm
The size of tires can effect that accuracy of a speedometer. Larger tires will cause the speedometer to read less than you are actually going.
Firstly the most important information to choose your tires on would be the information related to the tire's fittings and size as it is imperative that they are correct for your Dodge Caliber to prevent damage to the car. It is also important to take into account the ratings available in relation to the durability of the tires. Lastly ratings on how the tires handle and look will be important for your personal preference.
Read the side of the tires and it will tell you. It's written on the side of the tire.
Dunlop tires are made in a number of countries. Read the DOT code then look here
A person should look out for the following when purchasing tires: All season tires, low profile tires, read the tire specifications to make sure they match your needs.
You can find out some information on http://www.tirerack.com/tires/types/comp.jsp Tirerack is such a good resources, I used it last year when I was looking for tires.
read the manual!
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Tire size has no bearing on road noise. Some tires are just naturally noisy. I suggest you go to www.tirerack.com and compare tires with emphasis on a quiet ride. Read the reviews of the tires in your price range. Look at Tire Rack's ratings. Excellent site with the information you need to make an informed decision.
If you had 235 / 75 / 15 tires and switched to 235 / 60 / 15 tires : When your speedometer read 60 MPH you would actually be travelling at 54.2 MPH ( if that's what you are asking ? )
Douglas Tires are reviewed and rated by publications and websites such as Auto Guide, Car and Driver, Consumer Reports, 1010 Tires, Tire Rack, and Tire Review.
The best tractor tires for sale that offer the best longevity are those that are filled with nitrogen. Kubota tires are one brand that have great ratings for longevity and are manufactured for tractors.
You can find your tires' speed rating and load index listed on the sides of the tires. From there, you can use this guide to understand what those numbers mean: http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/techpage.jsp?techid=35
read the side of youre tires dude
my new uniroyal tires have alphabetic mfr date
read it off the tire (it's printed on the side). Some tires are higher pressure tires. The proper pressure for you vehicle's tires will be listed on the label on the driver side door jamb.
Tires are rated for different pressures. Look on the tire at its min and max pressure ratings and make sure your in the middle. It is written on the sidewall of the tires.
Look at the tires that are on it and read the numbers. Seriously. If all else fails, a 245/70/16 should work.
Yes, this is an acceptable swap. Know that your speedometer will read 59.3 at a true 60 mph.