radial tire
noun see radial II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Radial tire — (Automobiles) a motor vehicle tire in which the cords run at right angles to the plane of the tire (considered as a disk). [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Radial tire — A cross section of a tire. Number 12 indicates the radial ply. Numbers 14 and 16 are bias plies. A radial tire (more properly, a radial ply tire) is a particular design of automotive tire (in British English, tyre). In this design, the cord plies …   Wikipedia

  • radial tire — A type of tire construction which has the main carcass plies or cords which run at right angles to the bead and parallel to the radius. By itself, this construction is very weak because when the bias angle is smaller, the structure is stiff.… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • radial tire — noun pneumatic tire that has radial ply casing • Syn: ↑radial, ↑radial ply tire • Hypernyms: ↑pneumatic tire, ↑pneumatic tyre …   Useful english dictionary

  • radial tire — a motor vehicle tire in which the plies or cords run from one bead to the other at right angles to both beads. See illustration under tire2.Also called radial. [1965 70] * * * …   Universalium

  • radial tire — ra′dial tire′ n. aum a tire in which the plies or cords run from one bead to the other at right angles to both beads …   From formal English to slang

  • radial tire — noun A style (or method of construction) of tires used for most vehicles, which incorporate reinforcing cords distributed radially relative to the hub (at 90 degrees to the direction of travel) …   Wiktionary

  • belted radial tire — See steel belted radial tire …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • steel belted radial tire — A radial tire with belts of steel to provide both protection and longevity …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • peak-to-peak unloaded radial tire run-out — the difference between maximum and minimum undeflected values of the tire radius, measured in plane perpendicular to the spin axis on a true running wheel …   Mechanics glossary

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