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  • Tread Design Types and How They Differ

  • …feature the same pattern. Tires featuring symmetric tread patterns can be mounted in any direction and allow for multiple tire rotation options. Asymmetric An asymmetrical tread design changes pattern across the face of the tire. They're designed to blend the requirements of dry grip, water…

  • Tread Patterns

  • …the same pattern. Tires featuring symmetric tread patterns allow the use of multiple tire rotation patterns. Continental ContiProContact Michelin Pilot HX MXM4 Asymmetric Tread Patterns An asymmetric pattern is often confused with a directional tread pattern and is the source of the confusion…

  • If it's too loud...you're too old

  • …levels, the asymmetric designs allow for multiple tire rotation patterns instead of the basic front to rear of the directional tires. In summary, the new asymmetric designs are meeting and exceeding the traction levels of the directional patterns while reducing noise and allowing better rotation

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  • Great Reviews on Sumitomo Tires!

  • …what you desire, the HTR Z III is a comfortable riding option with excellent wet grip. This tire is very quiet and features an asymmetric tread pattern. It can be rotated to all positions. In our test, it was surpassed only by a tire that costs quite a bit more, so if you're looking for a great…


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