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A Tire For All Reasons…

Check your tires periodically for excessive or uneven wear. Improper tire wear can be a symptom of worn or failing steering or suspension parts, coil springs, shock absorbers or wheel bearings. It can also be a sign of over inflated or under inflated tires, excessive toe-in or toe-out, improper camber angles or a combination of any of the above! If your vehicle is experiencing bad tire wear of any kind it’s time for an inspection.

F & F Tire World provides a free inspection of your tires. We carry a wide range of quality tires for cars, vans and light trucks. Our staff is fully trained to help you choose the best tire for your vehicle, driving needs and budget.

F & F Tire Wolrd will help you learn the differences between…
>All Season Tires
>Touring Tires
>Snow Tires
>Performance Tires>Puncture Sealants
>Special Tread Compounds
>Light Truck Tires 

Wheel Balancing:

The wheels on your car may vibrate or bounce when driving. We’ll check your tires for proper inflation, bent wheel and any other problem that could occur with your tires. If needed we will balance your tires by adding the proper amount of weight to bring your tires back in balance.

Understanding Tire Sidewall Nomenclature:

To understand this letter/numeric system, the above tire sidewall nomenclature has been interpreted for you so that you may easily identify these tire-sizing dimensions during your next tire-purchasing decision.


“P,” which stands for Metric, identifies the tire as a passenger car tire. The absence of a “P” means the tire is defined as a metric tire. And an “LT” in place of the “P” indicates a light truck tire.


Next is the tire’s section width which is the measurement of the tire from sidewall to sidewall in millimeters.


Then comes the two-figure aspect ratio. This percentage compares the tire’s section height with the tire’s section width. For example, this aspect ratio of 70 means that the tire’s section height is 70% of the tire’s section width.


The letter following the aspect ratio identifies the tire’s type of ply construction within the tire’s casing. An “R” stands for radial, a “D” stands for a diagonal bias tire and a “B” stands for a belted-bias tire. Mixing radial tires with diagonal bias tires or belted-bias tires is never recommended.


And the last dimension listed is the diameter of the wheel rim which is most often measured in inches.