Dual matching nightmares

Even slight mismatches in tire sizes can create problems

One question that comes up during a lot of tire service training classes is related to the different loads between single and dual tires at the same inflation pressure. For some people, it’s a mystery that ranks somewhere between the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot. The simple answer is that since roads are not perfectly flat, one of the two dual tires will always be supporting more of the load than the other. That’s why a single tire can carry more weight per tire than each tire in

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