Uniroyal Tires

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Americans have been driving with confidence on
Uniroyal® since 1892. Thats why 4wheelonline is proud to offer the Uniroyal® line of tires to you at great prices and fast free shipping. Check out their Tiger Paw® tires, this rubber has been hitting the pavement for decades and is still rolling today.

Today, the Uniroyal Tire brand continues to go the extra mile for you, together with us, you will get a great buying experience and the best value tires around.




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Tiger Paw® Touring

Car & Minivan | All-Season Tires

Uniroyal Featured Tire: Uniroyal Tiger Paw Touring

Superior-performance in handling with extra stability in all seasons. Solid durable shoulder tread block design. Effective water traction to help improve wet driving. Wide, circumferential tread grooves Offers durability and reliability on the road. DuraShield® construction. Helps deliver long, even treadwear by equalizing stress on the contact patch. TrU-Form technology.

Laredo® Cross Country

SUV & Pickup | All-Season Tires

Uniroyal Featured Tire: Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country

Helps provide wetness traction and all-season durability that helps it stick to the road. Open grooved tread. Enhances off-road traction and helps extend tread life. Full tread depth. Offers durability and reliability on the road. DuraShield® construction. Helps deliver long, even treadwear by equalizing stress on the contact patch. TrU-Form technology.

Uniroyal Expert Advice

Tire Safety & Maintainance

Download PDF here: Uniroyal Tire Safety & Maintainance

Uniroyal® Tire is one of the world's leading manufacturers of tires for passenger and commercial cars, pick-ups, light trucks, mini vans and sport utility vehicles. Uniroyal® Tire wants to help you get more value out of your tire investment. These Expert Advice details will help guide you through some important information as you think about purchasing tires.


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Uniroyal Tires Articles and Reviews
Uniroyal Tires Drive Every type of Vehicle
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Thousands of American vehicles have been on the move since 1892 thanks to Uniroyal tires. The company has steadily maintained its brand quality to supply tires that give all round performance in every season. One part of that means creating more compounds that preserve the tire’s tread life. The list of tires from Uniroyal is quite expansive. This is why they are classified within various categories.
Choosing the Right Uniroyal Tires
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Over the years, Uniroyal Tires has continued to go an extra mile to manufacture high quality and durable tires on the market. Uniroyal tires provide all the benefits and features you view as important in dependable and high-quality tire. The Laredo Cross-Country tire is built for everyday adventure while the Tiger Paw Touring is a line of tires that deliver an excellent handling and even wear.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT TIRE!

Tire Type

Knowing what type od tire you need is a big thing to remember. Having this know how can come from years of buying tires, or by simply asking your local tire salesman. Tires are made by the style of driving, whether it be for speed or distance driving, wet, dry or all season weather conditions.

If you live in Florida, you will want a superior wet driving tire, with a dash of all season grip. For those northern climates you will want a tire that has great snow/sleet rating. Having the right style of tire will save you time, money, and costly repairs.

Tire Size

Knowing your tire size can save you time and help you to make an informed purchase. Your vehicle's original tire size can be found in your owner's manual or on the tire label located on the driver's doorjamb, glove box lid, or inside the fuel hatch.

Tire Width: The three-digit number refers to the overall width of the tire in millimeters.

Aspect Ratio: The relationship between the tire height and width. In this example, the tire height is approximately 60% of the tire width.

Radial: The letter "R" indicates a radial construction of the carcass plies. The carcass plies run across the tire from lip to lip, helping to provide strength, stability, flexibility, and ride comfort.

Wheel Diameter: The number indicates that this tire fits on a wheel with a 16-inch diameter.

Load Index: The load index can range from 0 to 279 and indicates how much weight the tire is certified to carry at maximum inflation pressure. Never buy a tire with a lower load index than your vehicle's original tire.

Speed Rating*: The speed rating tells you the top speed at which the tire can operate. Speed ratings range from Q (lowest) to Z (highest) with one exception: the H rating falls between U and V.To maintain the speed capabililty of a vehicle, use replacement tires with ratings equal or greater than those of the original tires.

Mud & Snow: The letters M and S indicate that this tire meets the Rubber Manufacturer's Association's standards for a mud and snow tire. The letters can be found in the following combinations: M+S, M/S, and M&S. All-season tires carry this mark.

Tire Mixing (if buying fewer than four tires)

For front or rear wheel drive vehicles, we recommend mounting the new tires on the rear axle to prevent an unstable oversteer condition. When purchasing a single new tire, it should be paired on the rear axle with the tire having the greatest remaining tread depth.

If you must use radial tires with bias-ply tires on the same vehicle (not recommended), the radial tires must always be placed on the rear axle. Never mix radial and bias-ply tires on the same axle.