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Wheel Tech - Where to Install New Pairs of Tires?


…hydroplaning balance and should not preclude rotating tires. For that matter, any differences in wear rates actually indicate that tire rotations should be done more frequently. Ideally tires should be replaced in complete sets. However when tires are replaced in pairs, the new pair of tires (assuming the vehicle…

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Aging Part #1


…resulted in tire treads wearing out before the rest of the tire aged, it may not always be true of today's even longer lasting tires that are approaching 80,000 miles of treadwear. How many years will tires last before aging out? Unfortunately it's impossible to predict when tires should be replaced based…

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With Bad Weather on the Horizon, Now's the Time for New Tires

With Bad Weather on the Horizon, Now's the Time for New Tires


…capabilities dramatically decrease. Even if the tire looks like it has plenty of life left, do yourself a favor by grabbing a penny and doing a quick tread depth check. If the top of the Lincoln Memorial is exposed, your tire is under 6/32" and should be replaced heading into winter. For more information about…

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When Should I Replace My Winter / Snow Tires?


…to 2/32". Tire Rack offers an easy-to-use tread depth gauge for around 20 bucks that will allow you to be aware of your tread depth in less than a minute. However, in spite of the legal minimums, drivers expecting to experience rain-soaked roads should consider replacing their tires when they reach…

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Replacement tires: When is it time?


…driving in snow, replacement tires should be purchased when approximately 6/32" of the tread depth remains. For wet roads, 4/32". And dry roads, 2/32" is the legal minimum but we wouldn't wait that long to replace tires. • If you cut or puncture the sidewall, or drove on a flat tire (or one with very…

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Tire Tech Information - When Should I Replace My Tires?


…determine when and if the tires will be forced to hydroplane and how quickly they can stop a vehicle. "Tire Rack's advice is that if rain and wet roads are a concern, you should consider replacing your tires when they reach approximately 4/32" of remaining tread depth." A typical passenger car tire has about…

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FAQ - TIRES


…/rotated? Directional tires will have a rotation arrow branded on the tire's sidewall. The arrow indicates the direction in which the tire should turn. Unless they are dismounted and remounted on their wheels to accommodate use on the other side of the vehicle, directional tires are to be used on one side…

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What to know about selecting tires


tires have a lot of remaining tread depth, but you need to replace just one that has been damaged by an accident, road hazard or a vandal, you should replace it with a tire that exactly matches the others. Select a replacement tire of the same brand, line, size and speed rating. While there may be

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Tire Tech Information - Tire Replacement


…. Drivers should use their vehicle owner's manual to confirm any tire inspection or replacement recommendations. * Tires should be replaced when their remaining tread depth is no longer appropriate for the weather conditions expected to be encountered. Tire Rack recommends replacing tires at approximately…

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Tire Tech Information - Where to Install New Pairs of Tires?


…Patterns Tire Warranties Trailer Tires vs. Passenger Vehicle Tires Tramlining: Coping with the Ruts in the Road Treadlife / Mileage Warranties Uniform Tire Quality Grade (UTQG) Standards United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (U.N.E.C.E.) Vibration Diagnosis Flow Chart When Should I Replace My Tires?…

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(PDF Document: trhp_24MonthRHP_Cert.pdf)


…and need not be repaired when damaged due to a covered road hazard during the Benefit Period. TIRE REPLACEMENT: If an Eligible Tire is damaged due to a covered road hazard during the Benefit Period and cannot be safely repaired per industry standards and guidelines, it should be replaced with an exact…

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Wheel Tech - Wheels for Competition or Track Use


…only when the tires are being rotated (typically every 5,000 miles) or replaced (typically every 25,000 to 40,000 miles). But when used on the track, wheels are typically removed from the vehicle at the start and finish of each day, as well as, anytime the vehicle's brakes or suspension are being serviced…

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