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Mar 10

YouTubers Build Airless Tires Using Hardware Store Parts

A duo on a YouTube channel built airless tires from scratch using little plastic rollers bought from a hardware store, and then even tested them out on a car.

Puncture-proof airless tires are the next big thing when it comes to tires, and major tire manufacturers have spent years designing, building, and testing them. We are yet to see them being deployed in routine use, however, on-field tests have also begun.

The duo at the YouTube channel Driven Media wasn’t ready to wait for an official rollout and did a DIY version of the tires for themselves.

Source: Interesting Engineering / Driven Media

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