Are Your Tires Worn Out?
…water is greatly reduced below 4/32" of remaining tread depth. An easy way to measure this is by getting help from George Washington. When putting a quarter
head size down in the tire's tread, if Washington's head is always covered, you have the necessary tread depth to navigate wet roads. We believe that…
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Are my winter tires good enough for one more season?
…slush and rain traction would be acceptable until about 4/32nds. If you don't have a tread depth measuring gauge, a quarter
or penny can be a good tool. From the top of the quarter
to the top of Washington's head = 4/32nds From the top of a penny to Lincoln's eye brow = 6/32nds These methods are not…
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Tire Tech Information - Mounting and Balancing
…rotate only 90 degrees, and if that doesn't work, try 180 degrees on the third try. Done this way, the high spot on the tire has been tried at each quarter
of the wheel. At one of those points, the tire should be good and round. At that point, rebalance the tire, and go for a test drive. If the vibration…
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