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The quality of the tires on your car or truck makes a significant difference in how well your vehicle operates and how safely it drives. A store that distributes tires will be able to determine the best tread and size for your vehicle. Tires are available at auto dealers, performance warehouses and more. Here are terms to know about tires and stores that distribute them.

  • Tread – The tread is the rubber of the wheel that makes contact with the road and creates traction. A used tire tread will be noticeably worn down which leads to more dangerous driving.
  • Tread Pattern – The tread pattern is the grooves and ridges on a tire which create a pattern. The tread pattern creates a space for water from the road to be pushed away from the truck or car to avoid hydroplaning.
  • Rim – The rim is the part of the wheel that is made from alloy and holds the tire in place. Rims can be covered by custom decorative hubcaps for wheel style.
  • Bead – The bead of a tire is the part which connects to the rim. For tires filled with air, the bead ensures that no air escapes between the tire and the rim.
  • Sidewall – The sidewall of a tire is the rubber which stretches from the bead to the treads. The sidewall is often reinforced with additional synthetic materials.
  • Solid Tires – Solid tires are typically used on mowers, skateboards, and small industrial autos. Solid tires have no air or tubes in them but are made from solid rubber.
  • All Terrain – Tires are available in categories including winter and all terrain. All terrain tires have softer treads so they can grip to the road through snow, mud and ice.
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    Wheel Rack The
    6127 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216
    (210) 342-0333
    Peterson Tire Inc
    2715 N Saint Marys St, San Antonio, TX 78212
    (210) 738-1111
    Rodriguez Tire Center
    514 Rivas St, San Antonio, TX 78207
    (210) 733-7918
    Walker Distributing
    11110 Nacogdoches Rd, San Antonio, TX 78217
    (210) 599-3216
    Jerry's Trim Shop
    3204 S Flores St Ste 1, San Antonio, TX 78204
    (210) 532-7989
    Tube & Solid Tire LTD
    4530 Tejasco, San Antonio, TX 78218
    (210) 820-3965
    Area Wholesale Tire of Texas
    500 Pop Gunn St, San Antonio, TX 78219
    (210) 224-5861
    Hesselbein Tire Southwest
    4823 Corner Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78219
    (210) 646-8448
    Gulf Tire Distributors
    3453 N Panam Expy, San Antonio, TX 78219
    (210) 220-1900


    Tires are a necessary part of any vehicle, and they need to be in tip-top shape for safety. Tires range in size from those meant for bicycles to those meant for large construction trucks such as dump trucks. They are placed on wheels to provide a smooth ride. Retail tire shops, mechanics, dealerships, and other consumers often buy their tires from distributors. They can usually get a pretty good bulk discount when buying large quantities at once. Tire distributors may focus on one type, such as motorcycle or trailer tires, but many sell a range of types. SUVs, high performance cars, and construction vehicles all need quality tires with the proper tread that will hold up on the road. Some vehicles require all terrain tires to take them through all seasons. Tires run the gamut, from wheel and forge to snow and railway. They are needed on anything from boats and trailers to carts and even amusement park rides. Each type has unique requirements. That's why one important service of tire distributors is customized products. These are designed for the specific needs of a certain vehicle, taking into account weather, terrain, and purpose. If you open up the newspaper, you're sure to find many ads targeted at tire sales. You can also check out the internet to find dealers and distributors near you, through listings and ads offering discounts and specials. Distributors and wholesalers buy directly from the manufacturer for sale to the public, retailers, and auto mechanics. Equipment and tires are kept in warehouses until they are distributed throughout the region. Trucks, motorcycles, autos, and other cars need quality tires to function properly in all road conditions. Tire distributors can help hook customers up with the right size and type of tire for their needs.
     
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