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  • Tires Are Like Shoes

  • …the tread. If your current tires have heel-to-toe wear, it's best to pick a non-directional tire as your replacement choice. Your installer can cross-rotate non-directional tires without having to dismount them. So, if your heel-to-toe wear noise is driving you crazy, look for a non-directional tire…

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  • It's Been a Good Ride with the Prelude

  • …the Bridgestone Potenza RE760 Sport offers better ride compliance, a slightly less crisp steering response, less tread noise and a non-directional tread pattern. This non-directional tread design allows for rotation in an "X-Pattern" to avoid noisy heel-and-toe wear. Fifth-Generation (1997-2001) Honda…

  • Tire Noise: Tips to Keep them Rolling Quietly

  • …well, you should experience relatively low tire noise. Generally speaking, directional tires will get louder as they wear than those that are non-directional. Uneven Wear: If a tire wears in an uneven manner, its contact to the road is no longer uniform and you may begin to notice more noise and even…

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