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Tire Tech Information - Alignment


…alignment, only the front axle's angles are measured and adjusted. Front-end alignments are fine for some vehicles featuring a solid rear axle, but confirming that the front tires are positioned directly in front of the rear tires is also important. On a solid rear axle vehicle, this requires a thrust…

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…AR767 Steel Black Painted AR883 Maverick Chrome Plated AR883 Maverick Machined w/Anthracite Accent AR885 Villain Machined w/Black Accent Closeout AR887 Axl Machined w/Anthracite Accent Closeout AR889 Dagger Machined w/Black Accent Closeout AR890 Chrome Plated AR890 Machined w/Black Accent AR893 Mainline…

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Tire Tech Information - Light Truck Fitment Formula


…differential gears if the truck is equipped with solid axles at a cost of about $400 - $500 per axle. (New Tire Diameter / Original Tire Diameter) X Original Axle Ratio = Required Axle Ratio Example: (32.5" / 27") X 3.50 Original Axle Ratio = 4.20 Required Axle Ratio More Tire Tech Information Related Links…

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Tire Tech Information - Dual Tires for Light Truck Use


…have been used on the non-steering axles of heavy-duty commercial trucks to increase their load capacity and help maintain vehicle drivability in the event of a flat rear tire. Placing two tires on both ends of a single axle nearly doubles the weight that the axle can carry and allows three properly…

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Tire Test Results : It's Always Best to Match Tires in the Worst Conditions


…experience a combination of tire models that equipped the Camry with fresh Blizzak winter / snow tires on the front drive axle and Turanza all-season tires on the rear non-driven axle. In light snow on top of a foundation of ice, the Turanza Grand Touring All-Season tires provided predictable handling,…

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Winter Tech - It's Always Best to Match Tires in the Worst Conditions


…to experience a combination of tire models that equipped the Camry with fresh Blizzak winter tires on the front drive axle and Turanza all-season tires on the rear non-driven axle. In light snow on top of a foundation of ice, the Turanza Grand Touring All-Season tires provided predictable handling,…

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Tire Test Results : Mixed vs. Matched (Passenger Vehicle): The Difference Between Wintertime Gripping and White Knuckle Snow Slipping


…the track repeatedly throughout the test. Mixed vs. Matched While it was a common practice to install just a pair of winter / snow tires on the rear axle of a rear-wheel drive vehicle decades ago, the advances in winter tire technology and traction that have occurred since have made that practice unacceptable…

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What Makes Your Track Car Stop?

What Makes Your Track Car Stop?


…vehicles with high top speeds that require repeated high deceleration rates. It can be used on the front or rear axle or combined with the DTC-60 if split friction between the front and rear axles is desired. Search by vehicle to see all brake options available for your application.
 

Tire Test Results : All- vs. Rear-Wheel Drive on Ice


…Technology Porsche Traction Management (PTM) distributes power using a standard torque split of 38% to the front axle and 62% to the rear; however, up to 100% of the torque can be delivered to either axle depending on driving conditions. PTM sensors continuously monitor steering wheel and throttle positions,…

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Tire Test Results : Do You Want Your All-wheel Drive Light Truck to be an Ice & Snow Mobile?


…. Porsche Traction Management (PTM) distributes power using a standard torque split of 38% to the front axle and 62% to the rear; however, up to 100% of the torque can be delivered to either axle depending on driving conditions. PTM sensors continuously monitor steering wheel and throttle positions,…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Tread Patterns


…, 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 vs. rear axle, the tires become location-specific and prohibit tire rotation unless remounted. Asymmetric and Directional Tread…

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Tread Design Types and How They Differ

Tread Design Types and How They Differ


…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 compared to the rear axle, the tires become location-specific and prohibit tire rotation, unless remounted. Asymmetric and Directional…

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