Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha Parts
With Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha by Your Side, Your Search for Auto Parts in Kenosha is a Breeze
Proudly serving customers from Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie, Racine and Gurnee IL, Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha knows what a hassle it can be to find the right Chevrolet parts for your Chevrolet Malibu, Cruze, Silverado 1500, Equniox or Camaro. That's why our team aims to reduce the time you spend in search of the proper component by staffing an onsite auto parts department.
Our team is well-versed in every aspect of the automotive industry, which means you can count on us to locate the exact part you need. What's more, if we don't have it in stock, we can order it for you. It's all a part of our commitment to serving your needs above all else.
If you'd like to see what our parts department can do for you, please contact us today. But before you do, make sure to have a look at our auto parts specials to see if what you need is currently on sale.
Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha Sells Tires
Whether you are from Kenosha, Racine, Mount Pleasant, or Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha is happy to help you find the right set of tires. Family owned and operated for over 55 years, the Lynch Group of dealerships is devoted to making sure you have the best exprience, whether looking for tires in Kenosha, or simply looking for some tips on how to make your vehicle last longer. We offer a wide variety of parts from the AC Delco brand and we endorse OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts for their known longevity and warranty coverage.
What Type of Tires Do I Need?Different vehicles require different sizes of tires. Having the wrong size of tire on your vehicle can affect the speedometer readings, gas mileage, wear on the tread, and even your oil life. Some places will sell you any tire they can, but at Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha, we strive to provide you with all the information you need to choose the right set of tires, whether you purchase from us or not. If you are unsure of the tire size that you need, most vehicles will list the type of tires right inside the door panel, but if you cannot find it, please call us at 262-764-3910 and our parts department would be happy to help.
What Do All These Numbers Mean?Tires come in a code that is formatted for everyone to understand the dimensions and make of the tire. A typical tire type might look something like this: P235/75R15
At the beginning of this code, there can either be no letter, a "P," or the letters "LT." For your tires, no letter indicates that it is "euro-metric," the letter "P" indicates that it is "P-Metric," and the "LT" means that it is for Light Trucks. Each of these types has a difference in load capacity and is important to maintaining the health of your vehicles. Here at Lynch Chevy of Kenosha, we provide all of these types of tire.
The next segment of this code is a 3-digit number. This number is referring to how wide the tire is in millimeters, so the tire in the example is a P-Metric tire that is 235 millimeters wide. Since the example is the most common type of tire, finding one at Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha is quite easy and we keep a regular stock of them. The next number after the forward slash is an aspect ratio. To put it simply, that is a percentage of how high the tire is from the rim as compared to how wide it is. In this case, this tire is 75% as high as it is wide. The higher this number is, the bigger the sidewall of the tire will be.
The next section will either be empty or have a letter. There are a few options, but this section refers to how the fabric that makes up the tire runs through the tire. The options for any tires include:
No Letter: This is a cross-ply patter R: This is a radial pattern D: This is a diagonal pattern B: This is a Bias Belt (meaning the sidewalls and the tread are the same material - rougher ride) The last section is a final number telling you the diameter of the profile of the wheel in inches. In this case, we are referring to a 15" wheel for the tire to fit on. The larger this number is, the larger the rim you will need to put on the vehicle.
Tires in Kenosha are easy to understand and find if you call the professionals at Lynch Chevrolet Of Kenosha. If you need more information, we regularly have staff on hand to help answer all of your questions.