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A series of plies of cord reinforces a tire. Without this, a tire would be flexible and weak. The network of cords that gives the tire strength and shape is called the carcass. Since the 1960's, all common tires have a carcass of cords of polyester, steel, or other textile materials (nylon), inlaid with several layers of rubber.

June 22, 2018

 

 

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