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RE: Tire diameter
Might want to try various tire manufacturers web sites. Dunlop and
Bridgestone at least have detailed specification which include revolutions
per mile etc.
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Sent: Saturday, October 10, 1998 10:15 AM
Subject: Re: Tire diameter
Yes, the problem is easy on paper, but it leaves out many of the
variables such as: tire pressure, tire temperature, centrifugal expansion
as a function of speed, manufactured variations, tread
stiffness/deformation, vehicle weight, etc. Truth is, it's not so simple.
The way we used to get a figure for it in bike racing was to mark the
tire and do a "roll out test." The rider would ride his bike for several