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Answer: A commonly overlooked, but important task in the tire shop is to properly clean wheel hubs and studs when changing tires. The buildup of rust and debris in the stud threads and the mating surface of the hub and the wheel nut can cause incorrect clamping force, even if the proper torque has been reached.
- Is nut butter better than nuts? Actually, all types of nut butter are nutritious and can be a very healthy part of your diet. But if you are trying to lose weight, eating whole nuts instead of nut butter is smart.
- Do you torque the nut or the bolt? In simple terms, you need torque to create tension in a bolt. You use torque to turn a nut onto a bolt and then to stretch the bolt, making it a solid spring that clamps the two materials together.
- Are nut butters easy to digest? Many experience acid reflux, gas, bloating, and discomfort after eating, because nuts and nut butters can be difficult to digest. Many of these symptoms occur because, in general, our bodies have a difficult time processing fat. Also, be aware that problems with nut butters may be the result of allergies.
- Is baby oil safe for tires? Some folks use home products as tire shine–baby oil or olive oil, for example. While this may be okay to give your tire a glossy look, the problem with “home remedies” is that the oil used still attracts dirt. It is best to go with a trusted tire dressing product that won't have any negative effects in the long run.
- Can you put tire shine on bicycle tires? Tire shine in particular should never be applied to bike tires because it could cause them to slip or skid when riding on pavement or other hard surfaces.
- Can I use olive oil to shine my tires? The most common household product used as tire shine is oil – castor, lemon, vegetable, olive, baby oil, and even brake fluid. Natural oils like castor and lemon are said to nourish the rubber without drying it. Furthermore, oil will give your tires a wet, glossy look much like solvent-based tire shine.