1970-02-01

Significant Improvements in Tire and Wheel Manufacture - Their Effects Upon Radial Force Variation of the Assembly 700089

Original equipment tires and wheels on today's automobiles use new finishing operations that greatly reduce the radial force variation of the tire-wheel assembly resulting in improved ride quality. This paper presents radial force variation levels for past, present, and future combinations of tires and wheels.

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