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What’s the difference between bias and radial tires?

Bias vs Radial Tires Explained

Bias tires are made by crisscrossing cords of polyester and nylon belts at a 30 to 45-degree angle to the tread’s centerline. Whereas Radials are constructed with crisscrossing steel belts underneath the tread and increase structural integrity. Watch and learn more about their differences.

Watch the video below to learn more.

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