Triangle - TR928

Performance
4 seasons

No size specified

Other sizes

Tire starting at

$80.99

Advantages

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  • Free in-store delivery

    Free in-store delivery

  • Easy and free returns

    Easy and free returns

  • Interest-free financing

    Interest-free financing

Description

The Triangle TR928 is an all-season tire designed for touring cars and sedans. With its optimized tread design, it provides good traction on both dry and wet roads, as well as a comfortable and quiet ride. Its durable construction ensures long tread life and reliable performance throughout the year.

Specifications

Size

175/65R14 82H

Product code

0TR92801

Sidewall

BSW

Run-flat

No

  • UTQG -

    The uniform tire quality grade (UTQG) is based on treadwear (the first three numbers), traction (the middle letter), and temperature (the last letter).

  • Single load index -

    The single load index indicates the maximum load-carrying capacity of a single tire. The load index is indicated on the sidewall of your tire.

  • Dual load index -

    The dual load index indicates the maximum load-carrying capacity of the tires in dual. The load index is indicated on the sidewall of your tire.

  • Max pressure -

    The maximum pressure to which a cold tire can be inflated.

  • Tread depth 10"

    The tread is the grooves on the surface of your tire designed to improve the traction. The depth of the tread has a direct impact on how much traction it has.

  • Weight 15.41 lbs

    The weight of the tire, without the rim.

  • Approved rim widths -

    The minimum and maximum width for rims that can be installed on your tire.

  • Recommended rim width -

    The rim for which your tire was designed.

  • Section width -

    The distance between an inflated tire’s sidewalls when on a rim.

  • Tread width 10"

    The width of the tire’s tread.

  • Overall diameter -

    The diameter of the tire measured from its tread.

  • Tire revs. per km -

    The number of revolutions the tire will make to cover a kilometre.

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14"Inch

  • 175/65R14 82H 80.99$ per tire See
  • 185/65R14 86H 90.99$ per tire See
  • 185/65R14 86H 82.99$ per tire See
  • 185/70R14 92H 92.99$ per tire See

15"Inch

  • 185/60R15 84H 92.99$ per tire See
  • 195/55R15 85H 99.99$ per tire See
  • 195/60R15 88H 101.99$ per tire See
  • 195/65R15 91H 99.99$ per tire See
  • 205/60R15 91H 106.99$ per tire See
  • 205/70R15 96H 118.99$ per tire See
  • 215/65R15 96H 118.99$ per tire See
  • 225/70R15 100T 168.99$ per tire See

16"Inch

  • 215/65R16 102H 124.99$ per tire See
  • 225/60R16 98H 147.99$ per tire See

17"Inch

  • 225/65R17 102H 150.99$ per tire See

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Traction - dry road

Dry-road traction is a tire's ability to brake effectively and respond well to the steering wheel on dry roads.

Traction - wet road

Wet traction is a tire's resistance to hydroplaning and its ability to provide safe driving in wet conditions.

Traction - snowy road

Snow-covered road traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely snow-covered pavement.

Traction - icy road

Ice traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely ice-covered pavement.

Durability

Durability refers to how many kilometres a tire can go before it stops performing.

Comfort/noise

Comfort refers to the ride quality of a tire and the noise it emits on the road.