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How remolded tires are made [Engineering]
posted November 15 2012 20:11.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




First of all, what is a remolded tire - Remolding a tire is the process when a company collects the big and expensive tires and places new rubber rendering the tire new (-ish). Most of the big trucks have remolded tires, strictly for economic reasons. The process is not simple at all. Here is a video which demonstrates this process (in continue to a previous video that i posted some days ago demonstrating how BIG tires are made)...



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