Race tires are expensive. RacingJunk spoke with a couple manufacturers of racing tires and a few racing teams to see how they extend the life of their tires.
In our last issue, we began our look at mounting tires and balancing the wheel and tire combination. Now we’ll dig deeper into the balancing part of the equation with this segment.
Have you ever really considered what it takes to mount and balance wheels?
Poll any drag race chassis shop and they’ll quickly tell you a car should be built around the wheels and tires (particularly the back ones).
This time around we’ll explain how to figure out which stud fits what application and which washers to use for your application.
Here at RacingJunk, we are curious what the first car you let the tires lose in was?
Wheel studs and lug nuts are pieces of hardware many people simply take for granted.
Justin Banner breaks down two cars with identical setups, the only difference? Their rear tires.
Radial tires are a type of tire that can be installed on any vehicle. If you are unsure whether to get radial tires or bias ply tires, you should definitely take some time to consider it.
The idea of owning a monster truck is extremely attractive. Before you start searching for one online, however, you may want to learn what makes a truck monstrous, because if you build it yourself, you can save literally thousands of dollars.