A monster truck tire is 66 inches tall.
The usual monster truck tire weighs in around 800lbs to 900lbs. This doesn't give you the general weight of Monster truck tires, but its an interesting fact, Big Foot's # 5 has tires that weigh 2400lbs each. (A one off promotional truck)
400 -500 pounds
cheap if you know somebody with a crop sprayer
The tire cost $7,000, I'm not sure about the rim
Some Monster Truck Tire facts: Tires: Manufactured by Goodyear and Firestone, monster truck tires must be 66 inches high and 43 inches wide. The average monster truck team will go through eight tires in one year. Tires are customized and hand cut to accommodate track conditions. Cutting one tire takes approximately 50 hours. Average cost: $2,600 each.
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Michelin's tire weighs 203lbs
To the right of the Loch at Loch Ness. Talk to him, click the left side tire, and then click and hold the valve stem on the tire.
It is on the side of the tire. Once you talk to the man with the truck, click the left side, then click and hold where the arrow shows, to let air out of the tire.
It is to decrease pressure.
weighs about 500 pounds with rim
Well maybe the weight of whatever was in the truck or something. Or the truck couldn't carry to much weight.
Depends on the truck in question. Listed in your owners manual and sometimes on the drivers door post.
A 'G' rating on a light truck tire means only that is a 14 ply tire. The weight capacity is dependent on the air pressure you put into the tire..
A dog can bite a truck tire, however it can't perforate the tire, even a lion could not do that.
There is a seam in the tire
A 20 inch LT ( Light Truck ) tire could weigh 35 pounds. A Medium or heavy truck tire 75 pounds. A car tire 12 to 15 pounds depending on size, tread model and manufacturer.
The spare tire is under the rear of the truck.
Not all of them do--there are "super single" tires available, which are twice as wide as regular truck tires--but dual wheels do two things for you. First, they hold more weight than singles, and that's always good. Also, if you blow a tire on a dual assembly, the one that's left will allow you to "limp" the truck to a repair shop instead of having to make an expensive call to a truck stop so they can install a new tire alongside the road.
Talk to the driver who can't get under the bridge. Click the left side tire, then click and hold the valve stem (11 o'clock position on the tire) until the air gets out.
A typical semi-truck trailer tire weighs approximately 100 pounds. I received a shipment of 20 tires with a total weight of 2,038 pounds. 2,038 / 20 = 101.9