You're missing some info, like the radius/diameter of the tire . Then you use the distance traveled plus the radius of the tire to figure...
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/01/2015
They do need to be rotated. generally just front to back. I say this because my owners manual says so and Subaru does more research and has more knowledge on the issue than any idiot you talk to who says otherwise. I can see them...
10 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/02/2010
Is this a question?
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/09/2009
~60 cm. Diameter 60 cm -> circumference of 188.5cm. Per tire rotation , the wheel will move 188.5cm along the ground. 1000 meters = 530.5 tire ...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 16/12/2015
First, some basics. 100 cm=1 meter. 1,000 meters=1 km. So, 100,000 cm=1 km. Now, divide 100,000 by 215.19 and you get 465 rotations (464.7).
1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/05/2013
The jack handle also fits the lug nuts. But the tire rotation place should have had air tools and sockets to take off your tires . Likewise the mechanic.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/11/2009
Well, if you go into details, it hardly makes any difference but theoretically, one would get quicker acceleration but peak out earlier at top end. Use recommended size wheels as they are so, for a reason.
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/10/2013