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What causes a shifted belt on a tire?


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2005-02-10 21:15:10
2005-02-10 21:15:10

Striking a curb, hitting a pothole at higher speeds. Defective Tire. Striking a curb, hitting a pothole at higher speeds.


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tires steel inner belt has shifted or separated

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Very bad it can blow out and cause a wreck because the belt separate from rubber

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Faulty construction of the tire of damage from a road hazard.

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A broken belt in your tire can be caused by several different things. The most common cause is hitting a pothole or a solid object in the roadway.

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Wheel hop is usually a tire that has a shifted belt. Spin the wheel with it off the ground and check for irregularities.

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