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  • Winter / Snow Tires - The How and Why
  • snow into the depths of the tread upon contact with the surface, and 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

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  • Review of: Dunlop SP Winter Sport M3 DSST
  • …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.

  • Switching Winter Tires to Summer/All-Season Tires
  • …back to my summer tire and wheel set from the winter package. The winter tires where fantastic this winter, but it's time to switch to the summer tire set up. I actually use a Passenger All-Season tire which allows me to run the winters a little shorter during the time when the snow is gone but the temps…

  • Continental Winter Tires
  • …you 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 up…

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