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bias-ply tire[¦bī·əs ‚plī ′tīr]
A motor-vehicle pneumatic tire that has crossed layers of ply cord set diagonally to the center line of the tread.
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Desser's Chlavin agrees, noting GA aircraft are certificated for bias-ply tires
The company's bias-ply tires
dominate NASCAR's All-Pro circuit, which includes stops at such tracks as Louisville Motor Speedway and the Winchester Speedway in Indiana.
Only the treads of bias-ply tires
can go into mats.
During the 1970s, the industry was revolutionized when bias-ply tires
were replaced by radial-ply tires.
These improve mileage by 3% to 7% compared to conventional bias-ply tires
. They also last longer.
2) The stampings market is limited by the ongoing decline in the number of bias-ply tires
, but in spite of this is experiencing continued growth.
are no longer available for the trailer.