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how to get a 195/45/15 in tire on a 15x9" wheel... part1

this is how u mount a tire using starter fluid and fire... don't try this at home kiddies... tire mounting by tracerturbo2 and horshack, video by trixx


 


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HF Tire Changer
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Tyre Stretching (Duct Tape)
13 Attempts but it was worth it. Aero rims 15X9.5 Tire 195/50R15





Hur man får på 195/45-14 på 14"x9" Del 2
Har ni frågor lr något är det bara kommentera så ska jag se om jag kan svara på det :)





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Tyre Stretching (Duct Tape 2nd)
Blackmill ft. Veela - Let It Be Aero rims 15X9.5 Tire 195/50R15





Stretching 225/40/18 on 18x9.5 wheels
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Make your own Wide White Wall tires
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How to stretch a tire... and how you don't.
First time we had to use fire to make a tire stretch out. Stretching 195/45R15s on 9Jx15 BBS RMs. Didn't work at first, but we got there! As more and more people cry about handling and whatever when it comes to stretched tires: These wheels will be going on a stanced out 1986 Scirocco 16V weekend cruiser. It's meant to look good in the first place, handling just comes second. Stretching tires that much will make the handling in fast corners worse...normal driving you won't notice any difference though. On my MKIII GTI, I run 195/40s on 9" wide rims for daily use and meetings, while I run 215/35s on 9" wide rims for track use (see my onboard videos on the Nürbrugring). 215s will just stretch slightly on 9", stiffening the sidewall up only a little, giving you a more direct steering, while still allowing fast cornering. In combination with harder rubber bushings, more stiff suspension setup and unbiall top mounts, etc.etc. this results in an almost GoKart like, very direct handling...sure not the fastest setup, but fast and fun enough for me.





XXR 002 15x9
Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lifeline-Tires/215357101849787 Tire stretching at Lifeline Tires Located at 429 State Street Rochester, Ny 14608 Fast friendly knowledgeable staff available 7 days a week! this is a customer's wheels that came in and required a mount, stretch and balance. Wheel Size : 15x9 Rim : XXR wheels 002 Tire machine used to mount this rim was a Snap-on 301 Wheel Balance machine used was Snap-on EEWB304D





stretch on a rim
Stretching 245/50/14's on J14 x J12 -44 SSR MKI (I finally added this info because people wine about how dangerous it looks) Stretching tires started way before my time some where before or during the 70's so it's been happening for quite a while now. German cars are very popular with the stretched tire look. I believe they do this so they can pass RWC and still be legal with the tread pattern within the frame work of the vehicle whilst achieving wider wheels. I also believe the "500km Suzuka race" race cars used stretched tires but not as extreme as the one posted because a low profile tire didn't exist in that era. It has evolved form racing to fashion trends to being able to afford tires mounted to a wider rim. Without the introduction of stretched tires, we would probably be still running 70's profile. Thanks to the advances in technology a low profile tire has been developed. Stiffer side walls, tread pattern design and tire material characteristics have been addressed (I'm sure there's more) to accommodate each drives needs. Pros: - ability to afford smaller tire sizes - ability to keep tread pattern within body work of car - ability to fit tire and rim combination without body work - eliminate or reduce tire side wall flex - solid tire to road contact - 'aids' in the decrease of body roll, the cushion effect is eliminated or reduced due to solid side walls. Cons: - tire is not designed for the amount of flex (but it holds) - defeats the purpose of rim protectors on the tire - illegal in (most) countries to use on public roads - slight increase in tire wear - decrease in ride comfort, side walls don't provide the "cushion" effect That's all I can think of for now but I'm sure there are more for both categories. So stop hating! and if you don't like the music, turn it off/down.





How to mount streched tires
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Beading a stretched tyre or tire using a bicycle tube
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How to stretch a tire
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