tread run

tread run

The horizontal distance between two consecutive risers or, on an open-riser stair, the horizontal distance between nosings or the outer edges of successive treads, all measured perpendicular to the front edges of the nosings or treads.
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The balloon tyres commonly seen on large SUVs on Qatar roads have the tread run parallel to the tyre, offering very little traction on road.
As a final check, these rise and tread run numbers meet the three stair guidelines on p.
Set it onto one of the 2/12s so the rise intersects the edge of the board on the short end of the square and the tread run on the long end.
Start by marking your first tread run at least 6 in.
TIP: If you want open stairs without riser boards, keep the top tread run the same as the others.
To prevent heat buildup that can result in wheel failures, the tread runs cool by reducing heat stress on the bond line and lowering the internal stresses of the material.
A tire tread runs across her stomach, and tossed nearby is a photo of her, which has been ripped in half.