A tire is mounted on a rim.
The tire is held in place from the air pressure expanding and pressing the edge onto the rim, and nothing but friction holds it. ( if you meant the rubber not the wheel.)
Air pressure holds the tire in a round shape, as pressure lowers nothing is holding the tire up.
If you are asking what holds the tire on the wheel it is called a bead on the tire. On the wheel it called the rim.
The center of a tire is called the rim, its what holds the air inside and the car standing ;D
I'm semi-sure it's called a spare tire carrier.
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It holds pressure better and does not fluctuate as much with changes in temperature.
The rim is what holds the tire to the car it has the lug nut hole, if you mean chrome ring, it woulkd work the same.
If inside and outside same pressure that means there is no pressure. The added pressure is what blows the tire up like a balloon and holds the weight of the car up.
The air pressure inflates the tire and holds it away from the rim.
there is a crank behind the last row of seats in the floor cubby. use a wrench and turn in counter clockwise. do this till the tire is on the ground. continue till you are able to pull the tire away from the durango. once your at that point simple twist the metal hook that holds the tire free from the tire itself. (TOOK me ages to figure it out hahahaha)
You must access the bolt that holds the spare tire in place from the inside of the car. There is a flap in the carpet in the rear storage space behind the last row of seats. Lift the flap, loosen the bolt, and the spare tire will be lowered so that you can remove it.