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  • Review of: Kumho Ecsta STX KL12

  • …later, these tires still have about another 10k miles left. I have dilligently had them professionally rotated about every 5k miles with no uneven or unusual wear issues. Most of my driving is in short trips at even and normal speeds, but on occasion I%27ll make the rear end dig in for mercy. My truck…

  • Tire Noise: Tips to Keep them Rolling Quietly

  • …only to find they get much louder as they wear down. With a little understanding of tire technology, you can keep your tires rolling quieter for more miles. Tires get noisy for a couple of reasons including tread design, uneven wear and tire construction. Tread Design: Tire manufacturers work hard to design…

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  • Check your tires tread depth with an Accutire gauge.

  • tread depth - Most street tires start with 10/32" of tread depth. When the tire's tread depth is below 4/32" drivers will begin to lose sufficient wet traction. And once the tire's tread has worn down to 2/32", the tire is considered legally worn out.* Uneven wear - If you find areas of the tread that…

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  • The Effect Time and Temperature Have on Your Tire's Air Pressure

  • wear. Proper inflation helps drivers avoid uneven wear and tire sidewall damage in extreme low pressure situations. Maintaining sufficient air pressure is required if your tires are going to provide the handling, traction and durability of which they're capable, so take a look at the air and tread

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