Originally Posted by whoot
Ah, yes I meant "tires", the rubber part. I have to take of the entire "wheel" to get Walmart to replace the tire, though it sounds like I may not need to replace the tires
. I will take some pictures of them once I get the skirting out of the way. One tire has some sunlight damage (reddish tint), so I may replace them just for peace of mind.
In road racing, it is required to say "wheel"
on radio traffic when referring to a tire. Such as... "Car 54 has a flat wheel at turn 5
The reason is that "tire"
can sound too much like "fire"
over the radio, and affect the response.
Everybody knows what is meant.