1969-02-01

Uniformity Control of Cured Tires 690076

Tire uniformity alteration is a method to reduce nonuniformity levels of cured tires to a selected minimum value. The process includes removing a very small amount of rubber from strategic regions on the tire tread. The method is used in tire production and is an effective corrective procedure. When the tire and wheel system is considered, demonstrable improvements in vehicle shake are obtained.

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