Sealey STS01 Folding Wheel Step
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Tyres wearing on inside = Too much toe inThats uneven wear though, OP is talking about tyre stepping. If you find yourself in this situation it is best to stand well back from the road and contact a breakdown service, using an emergency phone if possible.
By following these dos and don’ts, you can change your motorcycle tyres safely and effectively, promoting optimal performance and ensuring a smooth riding experience. Before you begin to change a car tyre, engage the parking brake and place wheel wedges behind the tyres opposite to the one you're changing.If you keep getting flat tyres it could be a sign of an underlying problem with your car, such as a faulty valve stem or a damaged mounting surface of your wheel. Check the spare regularly for pressure and condition, because if your spare is old, the rubber may begin to perish, resulting in potentially dangerous cracks in the tread or sidewalls.
However, tyre performance deteriorates well before the legal minimum depth is reached, particularly in wet weather.Roughen the surface of the tube around the hole with sandpaper (usually included with any good puncture repair kit).
If you’re in an area with limited connection and can't see the video, our written step-by-step guide is below. These tyres are only designed for emergency use, and won’t provide the braking or grip that a normal tyre will. As tyres naturally lose a little bit of air every month, it’s essential to check your tyre pressure on a regular basis.
Air compressors are a great option if you prefer to inflate your tyres away from a petrol station forecourt. Braking surfaces, particularly rim brake surfaces, will make an absolute mess of your hands and nobody wants to inadvertently grab a stray patch of dried-out dog poop on a tyre with bare hands.