A solid tire is a tire corresponding to a pneumatic tire (hollow tire).
The carcass is solid. No cords are used as the skeleton, and it is not necessary to inflate, so no inner tube or inner liner is needed. The earliest tires were solid tires. Solid tires are currently only used in high-load vehicles or machinery running at low speeds, as well as in fixed-position machinery.
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