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  • Tread Depth and Winter Traction

  • …effective is its tread depth. Tires are considered worn when they reach the wear bars at 2/32" as seen on the Bridgestone Blizzak tire below. We recommend that winter / snow tires be replaced when they reach approximately 6/32" of remaining tread depth. Tires need more tread depth in wintry conditions…

  • Bridgestone Blizzak Snow Tires: Why I Personally Recommend Them

  • Blizzaks. They are probably the most popular-selling winter tire and for good reason. What makes the Blizzak such a popular tire? They have three important attributes that offer Traction, Control and Confidence. #1 Tread Depth Why doesn't a race slick work well in the snow? One reason is tread depth.…

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  • Test Review of Blizzak WS70

  • …experience testing the Bridgestone Blizzak WS60 and was able to compare its characteristics to the WS70 he installed on his vehicle. Here is his story:This past winter, I embarked on a 1200-mile (round-trip) drive with the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 at full tread depth. With the tires installed two days…

  • Deciding When to Put on Winter Tires

  • tread depth. Many winter / snow tires have a "snow platform" molded into their tread to show you when it's time to replace them. Also, as a tire wears, it loses its tread design features that provide its biting edges. For example, look at the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 (photo above) at full tread depth

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