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  • Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

  • …tires, they have a break-in period. The very outer part of a tire's tread contains a release compound and/or lubricant. During the tire manufacturing process, this part of the tread helps to keep the tire from sticking to the hot tire mold as the tire cures. For break-in, we suggest a few hundred…

  • Michelin Pilot Super Sport: 5,000 Mile Update

  • …Pilot Super Sport Tires Installed on My Car." It has now been over 5,000 miles since my initial post and they're well past their break-in period. Since that time, I've taken a couple of long road trips, driven in intense rain storms and pushed my 2009 Infiniti G37X Coupe around corners…

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  • New Year. New Tires.

  • …tread depth, place it into the tread grooves and if the top of the Lincoln Memorial is covered, your tires have more than 6/32” of remaining tread depth. Now there’s just one more thing: your new tires will require a break-in period for optimum performance. Safety first. Happy New Year!

  • Get the Most Life Out of Your Studdable Winter / Snow Tires

  • …This allows the lubricant used to install the studs time to evaporate and the rubber to conform to the stud. If driven too fast, even after a break-in period, you risk ejecting the stud from the tire. * Rotate at the beginning of every winter season or every 4,000 miles, whichever comes first. The…

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