Lloyd's Tire Service
Lloyd's Tire Service offers the best tire brands available. If you're looking for Continental, Bridgestone, Michelin, Mastercraft, Hancook, Yokohoma, Uniroyal, Kumho, General Tire, Firestone, American Radials, Goodyear, NITTO, Fuzion, BF Goodrich, Cooper Tires, or Kelly Tires.. Call us! Lloyd's is your tire service headquarters.
If You Don't Know the Tire Size You Need
Only tires specifically designed for your vehicle should be used. If you prefer a certain brand or require a specific performance category, be sure the tire you choose is consistant with the one recommended for that vehicle.
The Tire Specialists at Lloyd's Automotive are here to lend a hand.
More about tires:
Q. What do all those numbers mean on the sidewall of the tire?
A. Here's an illustration that should help you understand more about your tires.
1. P indicates a passenger (car-type) tire.
Other options would be no P indicating metric sizing (essentially the same as P-sizing, which has its heritage in Europe) or LT for light truck. LT tires are designed for heavier loads and more rugged service conditions.
2. Width of the tire, in millimeters.
The higher the number, the wider the tire.
3. Aspect ratio.
5. Wheel Size Designation.
6. Service Description.
As for the speed symbol, it means the tire is speed-rated on an indoor test wheel to the following speeds:
|N = 87 mph||U = 124 mph|
|P = 93 mph||H = 130 mph|
|Q = 99 mph||V = 149 mph|
|S = 112 mph||Z = 150+ mph|
|T = 118 mph||W = 169 mph|
|y = 188 mph|
|We recommend that the replacement tires match the speed symbol of the original tires since these match the speed capability of the vehicle.|