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  • Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3D 295/30-19 XL Tire

  • Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3D 295/30-19 XL Tire

    …equipped with low profile tires mounted on large diameter alloy wheels. They are designed to provide dry, wet and snow-covered road competence by delivering traction throughout winter's cold temperatures.The SP Winter Sport 3D utilizes Dunlop's reactive silica mixing process enabling its tread…

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  • Mixing Winter Tires

  • While it is always best to match all four tires on a vehicle, sometimes the need to mix models occurs. The manufacturers have advised us that the following winter tires ARE mixable when installed in axle pairs and should always be installed on the rear axle: Bridgestone * Blizzak LM22/LM25 are…

  • Mixing Tires

  • mixing tires with different tread patterns, internal constructions or sizes and use identical tires on all of their vehicle's wheel positions in order to maintain the best control and stability. Additionally, drivers should never mix winter tires with all-season/summer tires or mix run-flat tires

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  • Mixing Tires: Last Resort Only

  • …OK to mix two tires of one type with two tires of another. Certain mixes are expressly forbidden, such as mixing two snow tires with two summer or all-season tires. But even two different pairs of tires of the same general type can lead to unpredictable handling. Even if the new pair of tires has…

  • Mixing and Matching Tires

  • Mixing brands of tires is something one should avoid at all times. Tires have personalities--they have different tread patterns, tread depths, and performance characteristics which could lead to an unpredictable driving experience. You won't be the first nor the last person to buy just one tire for…

  • Why Mixing Tires is Never a Good Idea

  • Why Mixing Tires is Never a Good Idea

    It's never a good idea to mix tires of different types! Different tires have different personalities and will perform differently in similar situations. Certain all-season tires are more adapt to driving in dry conditions, others excel in wet. Even the old adage that a tire that performs well in…




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