- Car Tires
American car tires
Large collection of American car tires
To ensure that you or your customer always have the best contact with the road, US-Partscenter offers a selection of tires for SUV, Pickup Truck and Oldtimer. We supply corresponding snow chains for winter sports enthusiasts. The options per vehicle are too many to mention. Below some examples.
Goodyear Wrangler AT Adventure tires with KEVLAR® for all seasons
Goodyear Wrangler AT Adventure tires with KEVLAR® are designed for on-road and light off-road conditions. The radial design for all seasons features Durwall technology for stronger sidewalls, a DuPont KEVLAR® layer for extra strength and excellent traction in the snow and rain thanks to the tread compound and corrosive edges that help grip the road.
Yokohama Geolander A / T G015 all-terrain / all-season tires
These tires are designed to give you ultimate traction in all conditions. Their unique Enduro composition is composed with orange oil and special polymers that are durable and promote off-road durability, plus: they have full nylon covers that offer extra puncture resistance. These Geolanders are designed with triple 3D slats, sidewall protectors, water-repellent peripheral grooves and Edgetec grooves that not only bite more for better traction in snow, but also help to remove dirt and mud.
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Looking for the right tire starts with the question ‘what is the vehicle designed for?’. Passenger car tires are for vehicles designed for personal use such as: hatchbacks, sedans, coupes and crossovers. Many SUVs, minibuses and smaller pickups also use tires for passenger cars.
Vehicles such as larger pickups, lighttrucks and other large vehicles that regularly transport heavy loads, or tow heavy trailers, need Light Truck (LT) tires. These tires are built differently than passenger car tires. They are built with more material and have stronger side walls to support the weight of the vehicle.
The result for the correct tire is to ensure that the load capacity of the tire is sufficient for the weight of the vehicle, including any load.