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tubeless tire

[¦tüb·ləs ′tīr]
(engineering)
A tire that does not require an inner tube to hold air.
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Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Automotive team said: Radialization has been one of the major trends in the Tubeless Tire market in India.
By this time, the industry had largely moved to tubeless tires on drop center rims with a reduced height rim flange profile--J or JJ flange profile.
It should be noted however, that only a part of the new cars use tubes (about 35 %) as a large part of them use tubeless tires.
The product line is unique because it includes an anti-skid feature, plus wheels that accommodate tubeless tire installations.
Further, the Global Commercial Vehicle Tire market is witnessing the increasing adoption of tubeless tires in all vehicle segments.
In the 1950s, halogenated butyl rubber, or halobutyls, were invented that have sufficient tack and cured adhesion to carcass rubber compounds, allowing the development of tire innerliner and tubeless tires (refs.
Check the air pressure in tubeless tires often because tubeless tires can have a bead-breaking problem.
According to Roger Brown, CR&R's vice president of operations, specifications allow them to carry a 12 1/2-ton payload, using components such as aluminum wheels, tubeless tires, and lightweight ZF automated transmissions.
Tenders are invited for Providing Tubeless Tires (Tubeless) Necessary to Equip Vehicles in the Car Park of the National Bank of Romania
Two tenders for the supply of (a) regular & tubeless tires, also (b) batters for the Authority's fleet.
This permitted development of tubeless tires in which the innerliner compound is chemically bonded to the carcass ply.
The bolt-together rim does require a tubeless tire, though, So Michelin XL tubed tires must be replaced with Michelin XZL or Goodyear AT2A tubeless tires before installing a bolt-together rim.