bias–belted tire

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noun bi·as–belt·ed tire \ˈbī-əs-ˌbel-təd-\

Definition of bias–belted tire

  1. :  a pneumatic tire with a belt (as of steel or fiberglass) to help prevent punctures that is under the tread and on top of the plies of cords which form the tire's carcass and which are set diagonally to the center line of the tread

1967

First Known Use of bias–belted tire

1967


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