If one of my tires suddenly lost pressure while I was driving, I would pull over as soon as possible and replace that tire with my spare tire.
Your u-joints are worn out.
depends on how big? a rear compact tractor tire 11.2x24 is about$250 if you get an irrigation tire same seize about $130
I recently had to have a bearing replaced on a tire. My car was making a loud vibration and I thought I had ran over something causing a tire issue. I ignored it for a few weeks before I took it to a mechanic to diagnose. It was a bad bearing and he said it was close to "seizing" (which he said means that the tire would have fallen off the car).
Grasp or seize.
The word seize is classified as a verb in the English dictionary, meaning to take hold of with force and suddenly. This means to put in possession of an item or thing.
To fall or rush upon suddenly and lay hold of; to gripe or grasp suddenly; to reach and grasp., To take possession of by force., To invade suddenly; to take sudden hold of; to come upon suddenly; as, a fever seizes a patient., To take possession of by virtue of a warrant or other legal authority; as, the sheriff seized the debtor's goods., To fasten; to fix., To grap with the mind; to comprehend fully and distinctly; as, to seize an idea., To bind or fasten together with a lashing of small stuff, as yarn or marline; as, to seize ropes.
Off of the pavement
I am prepared to seize the day. The pirates are going to try to seize the ship.
Because the rim is stuck or seize on the brake rotor you just have to hit the tire from the inside with any kind of pipe pry the tire of. Use anti seize behind the rim so it wont get stuck againg again you can buy it at any parts store.
They depends on ? what seize the tire is. Normally nothing bigger than a 225 is mounted on a 7inch rim.
No, it would cause the engine to run poorly but not to seize. Lack of lubrication or overheating will cause that. Also a broken part, as in a rod, will cause it to seize.
Carpe dIEm. Seize the day. Or pluck it as you would a flower.
It means the tire pressure has changed suddenly.
There would be no detectable difference.
"Suddenly" doesn't have a comparative and superlative form. Instead, you would say "more suddenly" or "most suddenly."
A dead battery would not cause an engine to seize
Seize/seizes is present tense.I seizeWe seizeYou seizeHe/She/It seizesThey seize
'Seize the world' would actually be 'carpe mundum,' because 'mundus' would need to be in the accusative case.
That will depend on the application and weight rating of the tire. A passenger car tire would be about 35 psi. A truck tire would be 80 psi.
Tire fall off, not likely. It just may seize the spindle and lock it up (and cause you to not be able to steer, or move the vehicle).
The are spelled differently and have different meanings. Definition Seize: take hold of suddenly and forcibly Cease: come to an end Sentence Seized: she jumped up and seized his arm Cease: the hostilities had ceased and normal life was resumed
Yes. A damage wheel bearing can seize up suddenly, which'd be really bad.
no - SEIZE
If a tire were square, than it would be a dick.