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Related Categories: Asymmetric Directional | Symmetric Vs Asymmetric | Directional Tire Rotation | Pilot Sport Rotation | Directional Tires | Asymmetric Rotation | 140 Treadwear | Asymmetrical Tires | Asymmetrical Tread Pattern | Unidirectional Tires
  • Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 Now In Stock and Ready to Ship

  • Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 Now In Stock and Ready to Ship

    …new Pilot Sport A/S 3 features an asymmetric tread pattern and high speed rating for tight and responsive handling. The tire looks to remain a class leader in terms of performance, improve upon its ability to perform in all seasons and allow for full rotational ability with a revised tread pattern.…

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  • If it's too loud...you're too old

  • …levels, the asymmetric designs allow for multiple tire rotation patterns instead of the basic front to rear of the directional tires. In summary, the new asymmetric designs are meeting and exceeding the traction levels of the directional patterns while reducing noise and allowing better rotation

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  • Review of: Bridgestone Potenza S001

  • …definitely hear the tyre scrubbing sound under the cornering load. I prefer the asymmetric tread pattern of S001 compared to the OEM RE040. With asymmetrics, I can rotate tires from right to left side to even out the tire wear, I cannot do this for the directional RE040. If you got a puncture,…

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  • Tread Patterns

  • …pattern. Directional tires are to be used on one side of the vehicle and are intended to be rotated from the front axle to the rear axle. If different tire sizes are used on the front and rear axles, the tires become location-specific and tire rotation is not possible unless the tires are remounted.…

  • Review of: Bridgestone Potenza S001

  • …definitely hear the tyre scrubbing sound under the cornering load. I prefer the asymmetric tread pattern of S001 compared to the OEM RE040. With asymmetrics, I can rotate tires from right to left side to even out the tire wear, I cannot do this for the directional RE040. If you got a puncture,…




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