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  • Breaking in Your Tires | Tire Rack

  • …wear down. "...your new tires require a break-in period to ensure that they deliver their normal ride quality and maximum performance. " Note: Be careful whenever you explore the capabilities of your new tires. Remember that every tire requires a break-in period of 500 miles for optimum performance.…

  • Breaking In Your New Tires

  • …especially in wet conditions. By following the tire break-in procedure outlined above, you will set your new tires up for the best possible performance and to deliver results to meet your expectations! For more information on tire break-in and other related tire topics, please visit our web site.

  • Review of: Continental ContiSportContact

  • Once through the break in period these tires became fantastic better then my previous Pilot Sports but not by a great amount. They have superb grip in the rain, I have been through deep puddles on the highway way at highway speeds and not hydroplaned significantly. In the dry the have fantastic…

  • Hoosier Racing Tires: Breaking in the A6 and R6

  • As with any tire, it is important to recognize a certain "break-in" period. Though breaking in a tire won't affect initial performance, it will produce benefits across the competitive life of the tire. So if you're breaking in a new set of Hoosier Racing tires, like the A6 or the R6,…

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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…

  • Review of: BFGoodrich Advantage T/A

  • Don%26rsquo%3Bt think the sidewall is firm enough. Pulls when roadway is grooved or there is a longitudinal break in surface. Slow, numb steering. They%26rsquo%3Bll hang on when hammered thru curves. But they do not communicate well or instill confidence. My LS is tight and has had what wears…

  • Review of: BFGoodrich Advantage T/A

  • Don%26rsquo%3Bt think the sidewall is firm enough. Pulls when roadway is grooved or there is a longitudinal break in surface. Slow, numb steering. They%26rsquo%3Bll hang on when hammered thru curves. But they do not communicate well or instill confidence. My LS is tight and has had what wears…

  • Review of: BFGoodrich Advantage T/A

  • Don%26rsquo%3Bt think the sidewall is firm enough. Pulls when roadway is grooved or there is a longitudinal break in surface. Slow, numb steering. They%26rsquo%3Bll hang on when hammered thru curves. But they do not communicate well or instill confidence. My LS is tight and has had what wears…

  • Review of: BFGoodrich Advantage T/A

  • Don%26rsquo%3Bt think the sidewall is firm enough. Pulls when roadway is grooved or there is a longitudinal break in surface. Slow, numb steering. They%26rsquo%3Bll hang on when hammered thru curves. But they do not communicate well or instill confidence. My LS is tight and has had what wears…


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