The tires are different. Do you have anything to do?
It's OK. It's still balanced in theory. If you have four wheels with three models, the other is different, and that might be a problem. Below also provides some tire maintenance knowledge, hoped to be useful to you...... 1. note that the tire pressure should not be too much air into the tire, because may be unable to withstand the pressure of excessive expansion and burst danger in the high-speed operation, so it should be in accordance with the standard pressure required to maintain tire manufacturers, including spare tire pressure. 2. tire pressure can be measured by a tire pressure gauge, but must be measured at the normal temperature of the tire, as the result is inaccurate in the hot tire condition. 3., the timing of the exchange position, every 10 thousand kilometers of the tire should be interchangeable position, because the general motors in front of the engine, the front axle and the rear axle load distribution is not the same, so the front wheel tires larger wear. The best way to mitigate this is to change positions. 4. regular balance check, regular inspection balance, not only can extend the tire life, but also improve the stability of the car when driving.
Tire is one of the most important components of automobile, its main function is: all the weight support of the vehicle under car load transfer; traction and braking torque, ensure the adhesion of wheel; vibration and impact mitigation and absorption while driving, prevent the auto parts by the violent vibration and early damage to adapt to the high speed performance of the vehicle, and reduce running noise, ensure driving safety and handling stability, comfort and energy saving economy.
No, the specifications and models are different. The pressure levels are different. They can not be interchanged. Otherwise, it will affect the safety and tire life, and lead to traffic accidents.