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  • Tread Patterns
  • designed tires usually features smaller, independent tread blocks to aid wet and/or winter traction when driving straight ahead. Tires featuring asymmetric tread patterns allow for rotation to either side of the vehicle and are identified with mounting instructions printed on the side wall designating

  • Tread Design Types and How They Differ
  • tread face where both inboard and outboard halves feature the same pattern. Tires featuring symmetric tread patterns can be mounted in any direction and allow for multiple tire rotation options. Asymmetric An asymmetrical tread design changes pattern across the face of the tire. They're designed to…

  • New Track and Autocross Tires for 2013
  • …molded into asymmetric tread designs that are performance-tuned to match tire width (265mm and narrower sizes feature a 3-rib design, while 275mm and wider sizes use a 4-rib pattern). Large, solid outboard tread blocks and BFGoodrich’s Extreme Tread Edge (ETE) shoulder design wrap the tread compound farther…

  • Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 SUV-4X4 265/50-19 XL Tire
  • Asymmetric 2 SUV-4X4 is Goodyear's Street/Sport Truck Summer tire developed for advanced high-performance crossover and sport utility vehicles. Designed to provide control without conceding comfort, the "Asymmetric" in the Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 SUV-4X4's name describes both the tire's tread design

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