- DELINTE® DESERT STORM D8DESERT STORM D8 All Season / Performance Tires by Delinte®. The basic premise behind seasonal tires is to deliver excellent traction levels in all conditions, be it dry, wet, or snowy roads. Twin longitudinal grooves with 3-D...$91.00 - $277.00 (ea)
Delinte Tires are specialty tires created for lower profile applications. From 16-inch diameter wheels to super-sized 28-inchers, Delintes focus on meeting and exceeding the high strength and flexibility requirements of large, low-sidewall tires. Delinte is on the forefront of technological advances in tire construction. Delinte Tires provide excellent handling and a smooth ride combined, for customers who are looking for ultra-high performance with maximum versatility over rough roads.
Delinte D7 tires are designed for wheel diameters up to 19 inches. Whether you own a GT coupe or sport utility designed for high performance, the Delinte Thunder D7 come in a range of diameter sizes, widths, and sidewall heights. Superior grip is only a small part of what high performance tires must deliver, because at high speeds it is equally important for rubber to resist heat build-up, maintain its shape, and deliver low levels of rotational noise.
Large rims have much higher levels of rotational mass, and a superior tire designed for 20-plus inch wheels must be a true scholar-athelete, on its game all the time. Before anything, intelligent design and materials must meet with smart construction. Then, the finished product must never waiver in providing strength, flexibility and agility under the toughest of conditions. The Delinte D8’s variable pitch tread pattern allows for excellent water disbursement and allows tire centers to better stretch and compress as needed to allow the high-strength tire shoulders to remain in place with minimal sidewall damage.
If you’re considering purchasing new wheels with your tires from CARiD, we will arrange mounting and balancing at no extra cost to you before shipping. To find Delinte D7 or D8 tire sizes available for your car, truck, or sport utility, choose a year, make and model from the fields on the left column. Select the tire diameter size you need, and then further choices of driving factors let you narrow your search down even more. Final selections that appear should be specific to what you’re looking for. Or contact CARiD 7 days a week to speak with one of our tire and wheel experts.
There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.