DAY & NIGHT MOBILE TIRE REPAIR GLENDALE, AZ
Remember it's very helpful when you called have your tire size ready. This helps us with a more speedier answer if you're needing a used or new tire.
We would love to be your tire mobile tire repair company. When you have a emergency on or off road we do repairs for all types of tires. Semi Trucks & Trailers/ SUV/ Light Trucks/ Cars/ RV/ Heavy Equipment, Skid Steers, Our mobile tire mechanics can fix all your tire problems.
One thing that we all take for granted sometimes many of us do
is the tires on our vehicles. They are what help us get to were we need to go. So why do we ignore them. Tires are like the gas you put in your car we should be aware and be cared for correctly. They can become one of the most dangerous and biggest safety hazards we have with our vehicle.
If you're not sure how to inspect your tires at least have someone with the knowledge check them for you. The good thing to check air pressure at least once a month inspect tires for proper condition air pressure and check the thread depth making sure that there is no debris or things lodged into to tread of the tire. If this trend is running very low it's time to consider new tires.
What kind of tires do you need for your vehicle. All winter tires, All season tires, Winter tires, Performance tires,
What size it tired you need
How to check what size tire you need.
Read your tire sidewall and once you find the series of numbers on your tires sidewall this is what the tire mechanic will need. It should look something like this.
M+S P215,60R16 94 V
The M+S means mud and snow.
The P is the designation meaning it is for a passenger car. LT would mean it was for a light truck.
The 215 stands for the tire width and is measured in mm from sidewall to sidewall. So this tire is a 215mm
The 60 is aspect ratio. The ratio of the height of the tire cross-section. Seen in this example 16 means the height is equal to 60% of tire width.
The R stands for radial tire. This tells us how the construction layers of the tire are put together. If it would have been a B that would stand for bias in the layers of construction run diagonally across the tire.
The 16 is the rim diameter in inches. So if a tire reads 16 it needs to be put on a rim / wheel which is a 16 inch.
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Were to find the tire size for your vehicle. Here are the three most common places.
In addition to finding it on the sidewall of your tire here are the additional places it may be found on your vehicle
#1 Driver side door jam most common place to find your tire size.
#2 inside the Jockey box for your glove box. In your service manual.
#3 not always but sometimes it can be found in your gas tank hatch.
The following three photos are in order 1-3 to help you find your tire size of your vehicle.