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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Overinflation is also costly because a tire which is 20% overinflated will produce only 92% normal tire mileage. "Bleeding"    of    air    from    hot    tires    should    never    be practiced.    The  pressure  will  be  reduced  but  an  increase  in temperature will result as soon as driving continues. Fig.  11.  Chart Showing Effects of Bleeding The chart (Fig.  11) illustrates a condition where a tire was   started   cool   with   a   pressure   of   70   pounds   and   at   a temperature-of 26.7 degrees C (80 degrees F). A - Initial conditions. B - After 225 km (140 miles) of driving the pressure had increased    to    85    pounds    and    temperature    93.3 degrees C (200 degrees F). C - The  pressure  was  then  "bled"  to  70  pounds  and  an additional  drive  made  of  225  km  (140  miles).    Note the temperature. D - The  pressure  had  increased  to  73  pounds  while  the temperature increased to approximately 104.4 degrees C (220 degrees F). E - Again "bleeding" was resorted to. Note the temperature. F - After   322   km   (200   miles),   the   tire   failed   from   a temperature  of  over  121.1  degrees  C  (250  degrees F). LOADS Loading  tires  beyond  their  rated  capacity  is  expensive because  tire  mileages  are  rapidly  decreased  with  overloads. The  following  chart  (Fig.    12)  illustrates  how  an  overload  of only 20% will result in tire mileage being only 70% of normal. Fig.  12.  Overload vs. Mileage CTS-2032N  Page 5 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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