Tires and Vulcanizing; A Comprehensive and Practical Manual of Rubber Tires, Tire Repairing and Vulcanizing, Including All Necessary Information and Instructions on Rubber, Compounds, Cotton and Repair Materials. the Construction of

Tires and Vulcanizing; A Comprehensive and Practical Manual of Rubber Tires, Tire Repairing and Vulcanizing, Including All Necessary Information and Instructions on Rubber, Compounds, Cotton and Repair Materials. the Construction of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...section, clincher type. 1--One sixty-fourth inch cushion applied. 2, 3--cord fabrics fitted. 4--cord fabric to cover. 6--cushion placed. 7--bead cover. the cords above the staples on the inside. The second ply should come up 1% inches on the cords on the inside. 6. Roll well before set-up for cure. OUTER COED SECTION Two-Ply Cable Cord (Staple Type) Q. D. The inside method of repair is used for replacing outer cords from the inside without affecting the tread. Cured in the sectional mould. Cutting Down 1. Locate the broken outer cord and mark the bead covers two inches past end of outer cord to be removed. 2. Lay back or entirely remove the bead cover on both sides of tire, exposing all staples in the section. 3. Pull all staples on both sides for the entire length of the section. 4. Split one inner cord at staple turn and lay back inner cords both ways until the outer broken cords are exposed. 5. Split the outer cord at end of damaged cords on both sides and pull damaged outer cord out entirely. 6. Select new outer cords of same size, make and fit. 7. Buff and rough section and new cords. 8. Wash with high test gasoline. 9. Cement two to three coats and allow to dry. Building Up 1. Lay in a layer of 1/64" cushion gum to lap the remaining cords. 2. Fit the new cemented outer cords and stitch down well with staple turn, fitted exactly. 3. Place a layer of 1/64" cushion gum between the inner and outer plies. 4. Bring down the inner cords, which have been laid back, fitting them at the staple holes and placing staples as brought down, if in a staple tire. 5. Cover the complete section with 1/64" cushion gum. 6. If required, apply bead covers in the same manner as for inner cord section. Note: The first bead cover, when carried around...show more

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  • Paperback | 74 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 150g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236610148
  • 9781236610140