|If you''re looking for an increased level of performance and security at a price that won''t bust your budget, the Air Hawk® is an excellent choice for a wide range of applications. Improved tread compounds and high-strength casings offer added wear resistance and an extra measure of security. FAA approved and tested by thousands of pilots, the Air Hawk® delivers reliable, cost-effective performance under a wide variety of takeoff and landing conditions.|
Serious version: Im replacing an old nose wheel with the exact same tire - so that should tell you Im OK with it. As far as the old one, time is every tires enemy. The Air Hawk I am replacing came with the aircraft, and I have had it for three years. Am guessing that old tire has plenty more on it, but havent flipped through the logbook to determine how many more. The old one has good tread, but its starting to dry rot. Comical version: These items are round and composed of rubber. This is one of three used by my aircraft. You put them on the round metal surface under your airplane. Mine are inflated to 26 PSI. When you go to take off or land or even taxi, they are placed against the ground. As the aircraft moves on the ground, these spin against the surface to allow movement of the aircraft on the ground. When transitioning the aircraft from the sky back onto the terra firma, these again spin against the surface and may provide some assistance in cushioning the aircraft during this phase of flight. I really dig em.
Received both items (tire & tube) two days before guaranteed date.
Everything I ordered correct and delivered on time.
Uninflated approx 13.25 inch height x 4 inch width.