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Tires, Wheels and More for Your Car, Truck and SUV | Sams Tire

Tire's and Suspension

Welcome to Sam's Tire, We offer a wide variety of tires, wheels and suspension setups for your car, truck and SUV. Take a look around the site!

 We carry major tire brands: Michelin, Firestone, Toyo and Nitto

We also carry major suspension brands: Tein, D2 Racing, Megan, BC Raing and ST Suspension

Sam's Tire carries tons of products for your car, truck and SUV all at discount prices!

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 Here is some important information regarding tire safety and matinance on your car, truck or SUV tires:


Tire Sizing Guide

All numbers presented on your tires mean something, but what exactly do they mean?

Here's a video explaining it all!



 Here is a video on Tire Sizing, it will help you find the correct tires for your car, truck or SUV. 


Important information on Car, Truck or SUV Tires

Underinflation of tires, according to studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is the leading cause of tire failure and, therefore, tire-related automobile accidents. In other words, keeping your tires pumped up to the appropriate pressure is important for the safety or yourself, your travelers, and other motorists on the road.

There are several reasons tires lose pressure. Tears in the tire wall or punctures are evident reasons for "sluggish leaks," however ambient temperature level can also cause modifications in tire pressure also. For example, if you live in Los Angeles where it is 68 degrees and drive up into the mountains where it is 33 degrees-- a journey of about 1.5 hours-- you can expect a 4.4 psi pressure come by the time you reach your location. Why? It's common for tires to lose pressure at around one psi for every 8-degree drop in temperature level. Tires frequently lose one psi per month.

Most of us merely "eyeball" our tires and don't include air till we see a visual distinction. This technique is not trustworthy, and if fewer people used it as a guide for proper inflation, there 'd certainly be fewer accidents. In many cars, trucks, and SUVs, the suggested tire pressures are printed on a label in the glove box, in the driver's handbook, or on a sticker label adhered to the doorframe. Keep a gauge helpful and use it regularly. Doing so will not just keep you and your passengers much safer, but it will enhance your fuel efficiency.

It's likewise vital to have your tires turned and inflated to the correct pressure about as soon as every 6,000 miles unless the maker of your car suggests otherwise. Uneven wear on tires can likewise result in underinflation.

Some new automobiles now have alerting systems to alert motorists of tire pressure loss as a part of their active safety bundles. Isuzu's Ascender SUV-- known for its updated safety functions-- has a Tire Pressure Monitoring System that immediately warns the driver of a considerable pressure loss. Isuzu's pickup line employs the very same innovation.

The 2nd leading cause of tire failure is overloading a tire. This often occurs with owners of pickup and SUVs. Just because your car can include a heavy load does not suggest your tires can support the very same amount of weight. Make sure to check optimum load weights and speeds before attempting to transport or tow a heavy load.

Make sure to make use of the appropriate tire for the conditions you're driving in. While it may seem better to make use of snow tires on dry roadways than regular tires in heavy snow and ice conditions, it's not. Dry roads trigger intensified wear of snow tires and decreasing traction. It's best to use the correct tires in the proper environments and when the season modifications, change your tires. "All-season" tires may seem like the most convenient response, but bear in mind that while they might be appropriate in all weather, the nature of their design to do so keeps them from performing excellently in one particular condition. These tires are not perfectly adjusted to any specific climate condition; they may wear faster than specialized seasonal tires would when made use of in the conditions they were created to work the very best.