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…Winter Tires...The Only Way To Go Higher Tire Pressures for Winter Driving How to Confirm a Winter Performer It's Always Best to Match Tires in the Worst Conditions Remember These W.I.N.T.E.R. Tips Size Selection of Winter / Snow Tires Stud Removal from Tires Studded Tire Break-In Studded Tire Rotation…

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Breaking In Your New Tires


…“Do I need to break in my new tires?" The answer is yes! It is highly recommended that you follow a break-in procedure whenever you purchase a new set of tires. Easy cornering, braking, and acceleration for the first five hundred miles usually works best. Braking in your new tires this way allows the…

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How to Break In Your Winter Tires

How to Break In Your Winter Tires


new tires taking it a bit easier than usual. Use more gentle acceleration and braking, and avoid taking corners and turns at high speeds. For more information on properly driving on your tires when they're new, read "Breaking In New Winter Tires." During the break-in period of driving with your new
 

Tire Tech Information - Breaking in Your Tires


…Temperatures Tire Inspections Between Sessions Tire Specs Explained: Rim Width Range for Track & Competition Use Breaking in Your Tires Lea esta pgina en espaol Tires are comprised of many layers of rubber, steel and fabric. Due to these different components, your new tires require a break-in period to…

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Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

Winter / Snow Tire Break-In


new winter / snow tires, keep in mind, like other tires, they have a break-in period. The very outer part of a tire's tread contains a release compound and/or lubricant. During the tire manufacturing process, this part of the tread helps to keep the tire from sticking to the hot tire mold as the tire
 

Winter Tech - Breaking In New Winter Tires


…Winter Tires...The Only Way To Go Higher Tire Pressures for Winter Driving How to Confirm a Winter Performer It's Always Best to Match Tires in the Worst Conditions Remember These W.I.N.T.E.R. Tips Size Selection of Winter / Snow Tires Stud Removal from Tires Studded Tire Break-In Studded Tire Rotation…

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Winter Tech - Winter Tire FAQs


…Winter Tires...The Only Way To Go Higher Tire Pressures for Winter Driving How to Confirm a Winter Performer It's Always Best to Match Tires in the Worst Conditions Remember These W.I.N.T.E.R. Tips Size Selection of Winter / Snow Tires Stud Removal from Tires Studded Tire Break-In Studded Tire Rotation…

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Winter Tech - Studded Tire Break-In


…Studded Tire Break-In Lea esta pgina en espaol Studs for tires used in winter driving feature a tungsten carbide pin encased in a cylindrical metal housing that looks like a carpenter nail with its shaft cut short. Typically 80 to 100 studs per tire are inserted into small holes molded in the tire's tread…

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Tire Tech Information - Care & Feeding of the Kumho Ecsta V710


…line vertically across the wheel flange onto the tire sidewall. If the line doesn't remain lined up after competition use, some slippage has occurred and wheel balance should be rechecked. Tire Break-In The Ecsta V710 does require break-in. New tires will be slippery for their first laps, and will begin…
 
New Studded Snow Tires? Make Sure to Break Them In Properly.

New Studded Snow Tires? Make Sure to Break Them In Properly.


All tires should be broken in with easy driving for the first few hundred miles, however studded winter / snow tires require special care during the break-in period. Proper break-in will ensure that all of your studs stay in the tires and they stay at the proper depth. When a tire is studded, the studs…

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Don't forget to break in those new tires.


…the other layers of the tire (the rubber, steel and fabric) to work as they should. Even then, you'll want to go easy on your tires until you feel totally comfortable controlling them. Odds are good that your old tires didn't have much traction, which means your new tires will handle a little differently…

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Your New Wheel & Tire Owner's Manual


new tires and wheels, you more than likely have several questions and we have the answers! Let Tire Rack show you the way with our Tire & Wheel Owner's Manual available for download at www.tirerack.com. This manual covers Tire/Wheel Package Installation, Wheel Lug Torque, Inflation Pressure, Tire Pressure…
 
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