Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps
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Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps

Hi, my name is Jesse. I recently moved to the country, and with the extra space on my new property, I have bought a lot of new "toys". Now, I have everything, from a ute, to recreational vehicles, to all-terrain vehicles, to a small jeep. Each of them, I have learned, need different qualities from their tires and wheels. I love thinking about tires and wheels, repairing them, buying them and maintaining them, but I also know the issue isn't always as simple as it seems. If you have questions or just want to learn something new about tires, I invite you to explore my blog. Thanks for reading.

Tires and Wheels for Country Living: Jesse's Blog of TIps

  • Is It Possible to Repair a Damaged Alloy Wheel?

    16 March 2023

    If you've got a damaged alloy wheel, it can be daunting to figure out how to repair it. After all, alloy wheels are made of delicate material, and the wrong repair job could make them more vulnerable to further damage. However, it is certainly possible to repay one following this type of approach: Step 1: Determine the Extent of the Damage If there are any visible cracks or chips in the metal, you'll need to address these issues before proceeding with any other repairs.

  • 3 Reasons Your Car Tyres Should Be Part of Your Routine Car Service

    29 November 2018

    You take your car in routinely for a car service check. This is something most people do at least once a year. They change the oil, check the washer fluid and so on. Do you ever ask them to check your car tyres while you are there? Here are 3 reasons your car tyres should be part of your routine car service. Safety Safety is the most important reason to add your car tyres to your routine car service.

  • Tyre Trouble | 4 Perceptive Signs Indicating Wearing Out Tyres

    25 July 2016

    Your car tyres are the only parts of your car encountering the road directly, so they are bound to go through wear and tear over time, especially if you drive over rough or uneven roads regularly. For your safety, you should monitor your tyres regularly to ensure that they remain roadworthy. This guide offers you some insights to identify signs of worn out tyres. Tread Wear Indicator Bars Become Visibly Flushed Against Tyre Tread  

  • 3 Tips to Help You Select the Right Caster Wheel for Your Application

    23 June 2016

    Selecting the right caster wheel for any application is about considering the environment and purpose for which you need to have it. By taking time to understand the application and how caster wheels factor into it, you can ensure that your wheels make your life easier, not harder. These are some of the important points to remember in the planning process. 1. Load capacity The first step is to know the weight that the caster will support.

  • How To Keep Your Tyres Black And Shiny

    10 May 2016

    Tyres undergo a phenomenal amount of pressure. But that doesn't stop them from getting dull, dirty and downright disgusting. Your tyres can literally make or break your car's look. If you want to "dress to impress" and leave them looking black and shiny, these tips will help. Check Your Tyres Before you start cleaning your tyres and buffing them to a shine, make sure they're in good working order. According to Michelin, tyres over 5 years old should be checked on a yearly basis.