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  • Review of: Bridgestone Potenza RE050A Pole Position

  • …that came OEM and they maintained the same level of grip, but with a more compliant ride and much, much quieter throughout the entire life of the tire %28as expected, they got louder towards the end of their service life%29.%3Cbr%3E%3Cbr%3EWhat I loved was how many miles I got out of them. I got maybe…

  • On Tread Life

  • …National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), UTQG ratings were meant to give tire buyers a tangible interpretation of a tire's tread life expectancy, overall traction performance and temperature capabilities. While not an exact science, these UTQG ratings can offer some insight into a tire.…

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  • What Tire Performance Category Do I Need?

  • …of dry road grip and handling while trading some comfort, noise and hydroplaning resistance to get it. These will also have the shortest tread life expectancy.* Max Performance Summer - Provides an unsurpassed combination of wet and dry traction for the spirited daily driver.* Ultra High Performance Summer…

  • TPMS Sensors at great prices!

  • …slowly leaking, it is compressing with temperature change! That is the time when you need your TPMS system most.* Batteries are expected to be around 10 years life expectancy.* Many times you can purchase a TPMS rebuild kit if you are trying to re-use your sensors on a new wheel. This would allow your…

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  • Ever get that uneasy feeling?

  • …also contribute to abnormal tire wear, pre-mature suspension wear and can affect your car's ability to handle in an emergency situation. Typical life expectancy is about 50,000 to 60,000 miles. Your shocks may look fine, but internally the components have worn and are not operating efficiently. Shocks and…




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