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  • Review of: Dunlop SP Winter Sport M3 DSST

  • …%26 traction. Wouldn%27t have attempted to drive with my old AS in one of the storms but thought I%27d give it a try with these new snow tires. Pleasantly surprised - no problems at all%21 You can see how good the traction is the way the snow stands up in the tire marks through fresh snow.

  • Best Performance Winter / Snow Tires 2013

  • Best Performance Winter / Snow Tires 2013

    …SP Winter Sport 3D Bridgestone Blizzak LM-60 Currently, two tires that rank very highly in overall winter performance are the Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3D and Bridgestone Blizzak LM-60. Both of these tires have high marks in light snow, deep snow and ice traction. However, both of these tires are…

  • Winter is Coming Part 2: Performance Winter / Snow Tires

  • Winter is Coming Part 2: Performance Winter / Snow Tires

    …& Snow tire, where you are keenly aware you are driving on a winter tire, Performance Winter / Snow tires maintain much of the dry road handling capabilities of your summer/all-season tires. Tires in this performance category are a perfect choice for driving enthusiasts who want winter traction…

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  • Continental Winter Tires

  • …really do need winter / snow tires on snow- and ice-covered roads. Continental Tire is one of the leaders in the winter / snow tire industry. They continually support the theory that summer and all-season tire tread compounds toughen up as temps fall below the 45 degree mark. And by "toughen…

  • Switching Winter Tires to Summer/All-Season Tires

  • …Both tires work well in the intended road conditions. Switching summer to winter or winter to summer is also a good time to rotate tires as well. Just mark on them where they need to be placed on the vehicle so you don't forget next season. Also, you may want to check out this Tire Tech article…

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  • Winter / Snow Tires - The How and Why

  • Winter / Snow Tires - The How and Why

    …then releasing as rotation continues. Winter / snow tires will feature 11/32" - 12/32" of depth when new, while most all-seasons start at 10/32". While U.S. law stipulates 2/32" of tread depth renders a tire legally worn out, winter traction requires a bit more to be effective.…




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