Brakes can cause your tires to appear to have smoke coming off of them. If you drive with your foot slightly on the brake pedal with a car equipped with power brakes (most are), you are applying the brakes enough to cause considerable heat.
Are you sure the tires are smoking, and not the brakes? In any case, it is too dangerous to drive.
Your tires are probably not smoking but your brakes are. Mine were smoking the other day and it was because the caliper was stuck which can happen after you have just put new brakes on the car. Be careful because you can ruin your rotors, tires, and brakes.
It can also be caused by high horsepower. In my 1985 Trans Am with a built 350 in it, if I depress the accelerator down too aggressively, I notice a very thick white cloud of smoke simply pouring off my rear tires. It's the strangest thing... This can also occur during hard shifts between gears...
This often happens if the vehicle has been operating with the parking brake partially set. Brakes can become extremely hot and can cause checking of the brake shoes or brake pad materials. If this occurs, the brakes should be inspected to make certain that they are still funcitonal. If the heat has migrated through the wheel and onto the tire causing the tire to smoke as well, the tire is probably beyond help. In a situation like that, the tire should be removed and the bead should be inspected. If the bead is black, and no other damage is detected, the tire is probably ok. If the bead is grey, the tire is probably damaged and is unsafe.
Smoke. He got it from his dirt track days when he first started racing midgets and he would "smoke" his back tires during the starts.
yes they do
Not on a public street or road.
The drivers side of what? The tires? The brakes? The engine? Please be more specific.
Yes. If the tires were not exposed to temperatures in excess of 140 degrees, consider spraying them with toluene as a temporary repair. Otherwise, or if you don't want to die: replace the tires.
Why would you? They're your tires, you bought them.
Burning rubber, or screeching the tires, and then accelerating.
It is just a form of celebration.
Because they are generating too much friction and burning.
If you mean to the tires spin at the starting line then the answer is yes. while its not enough to smoke the tires they do spin some.
Friction increases temperature to near burning point.
Could be lube/oily substance on the pads.
Nothing, tires are a nuisance in the junkyard.
I would look at Amazon or Autozone. They both would have tires.
The Goodyear website would be a great place to buy good racing tires, as their tires are the official tires of NASCAR. Michelin and Bridgestone tires are also other possible alternatives to consider when buying decent racing tires. For custom tires, America's Tire would be a great company to search to buy racing tires.
There would be a lot of flat tires.
why would he smoke? no he doesnt smoke you guys.
Aircraft tires are the same materials that auto tires are, just with a different tread pattern.
Mirada Tires are made by Yokohama Tire. I would say Michelin are better.
I would not install a smoke alarm, in the kitchen.
Tires are made for the conditions that they are driven in. Therefore if you live in an area that has cold winters, that is it snows for a large portion of the winter, you probably should purchase winter tires. If you are living in Florida for example winter tires would not be required and year round tires would be sufficient.
Tony Stewart has two nicknames. He has been called Smoke and has taken that nickname and turned it into a merchandising label. He has also been called the Rushville Rocket.Smoke. He got it from his dirt track days when he first started racing midgets and he would "smoke" his back tires during the starts.
no she does not smoke Rayray1000: she would never smoke!
That depends on what size tires you have and what quality tires you buy. The tires could be between $80 apiece and $250 apiece.