TYRES

TYRES

The Transporter Tires, The Group remain committed to supporting and enriching the mobility society through our business undertakings.

About a few years ago, we decided to work with innovative tire manufacturing technology, companies. Who are aggressively designing, proprietary tires that came to be in response to a hidden need in the market? Drumming the bullseye of American desires, the large-diameter tire sparked the passion of car enthusiasts.
I am delighted to say that “The Transporter tires have become the first-choice brand of tires for full-scale large SUVs, vehicles that have set the trend in North America, Africa & Asia. These brands are now an integral part of car culture in the United States, Africa Europe Asia, and Oceania.

The Technology advancements in our products including unique combinations of rubber compounds and innovative construction methods offer better handling, ride comfort, treadwear, and fuel economy…

Passenger TOURING VEHICLES: SEDANS, CUVS, & MINIVANS

The Transporter Tires designed for this particular class of vehicles are generally engineered to deliver a smooth and quiet ride, reliable for all-season traction, and long-lasting tread life. Luxury vehicles that fall into the passenger touring category can find luxury tire options in both the all-season touring and grand-touring categories. While most cars in this segment will conform to these types of tires, some vehicles are modified for enhanced performance, and will need more performance from their tires.

We also partnered with worlds re-known Branded Tires above for Luxury Sports Cars.

ALL-SEASON TIRES

The all-season touring tire is designed to deliver good comfort and handling on the highway, as well as reliable all-season traction. It will generally feature an asymmetrical tread patterns and circumferential grooves for wet-weather grip.

Types of Tires

SPORT TRUCK, RIBBED MUD-TERRAIN

WINTER LAWN & GARDEN, HIGHWAY, PERFORMANCE tires

ATV/UTV

ATV TIRES

TT, ATV tires are available in mud, sand, all-terrain, and racing types. They can feature large individual tread blocks and large voids, which deliver excellent traction in sand, mud, gravel, and rocks. Generally speaking, the more aggressive the tread pattern is, the more aggressive the usage can be.

 

We also have tires from all the re-known leading tire manufacturers in the World

Hankook tires, Yokohama, Bridgestone, BF Goodrich, Dunlop, Continental, Good Year, Cooper, Pirelli, Michelin, and many more

TT/ Tire size chart for the rim/wheel diameter: 13″ / 330 mm

 

Tire Size Designation OD (mm) RE (mile)
125/80R13 530 967.3
135/70R13 519 986.9
135/80R13 546 938.7
145/60R13 504 1017.0

WHEELS

Wheel design can make or break the look of a car. That’s why The Transporter studies the original design criteria for each vehicle and advise OEM manufacturer Like TDM to utilizes state-of-the-art CAD design techniques to create the optimal wheel. And, of course, every The Transporter wheel incorporates the proper weight, offset and brake clearance to ensure that you get proper fit, finish and reliability.

All wheels are not created equal and each wheel design has its own assets and liabilities. Steel wheels are inexpensive, easy to produce, and come “stock” on many vehicles. Steel wheels can be “dressed up” with a set of hubcaps. Aluminum alloy wheels (also known as alloy wheels), have some serious advantages over steel wheels – they are lighter, dissipate heat better and provide good rigidity under high-load cornering maneuvers. There are three basic types of alloy wheel construction: forged, billet and cast.

Back in the day, performance wheels were called mag wheels, which was short for magnesium – one of the primary components of wheel design at that time. In the years since, magnesium has been largely replaced by aluminum.

The Transporter, Heavy Trucks Aluminum Alloy Wheels

Range of tire brands are available for your two-wheeler listed here:

    • Option 1
    • Option 2
    • Option 3
    • Option 4

CHASSIS / SUSPENSION

Suspension is critical to the overall performance of a vehicle because it affects how each one of the tires remains in contact with the pavement, and that affects ride and handling:

  • Ride:
    A vehicle’s ability to “smooth out” a bumpy road.
    Handling:
    A vehicle’s ability to respond to acceleration, braking and cornering forces.

THERE ARE TWO BASIC TYPES OF SUSPENSION:

Independent:
allows each wheel to react independently to the ruts and bumps in a road – that way, when one wheel hits a bump, none of the other wheels are affected.
Rigid:
this is an axle where the left and right wheels are connected, so when one wheel hits a bump, the other wheel reacts as well. A rigid axle (also known as a solid axle) is most often used in truck applications because it can handle a heavier load.

A variety of components affect ride and handling, including spring rates, shock absorber damping, stabilizer bar configuration, suspension geometry and chassis rigidity.