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  • Tires Are Like Shoes

  • …tread block gets compressed, and the back of each tread block wears faster. If you simply rotate front-to-back, this will not help - you need to change the direction on travel by crossing when you rotate. Obviously, tire engineers are aware of this issue and try to stabilize individual blocks as…

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  • Survey data part 1: Great idea, but not foolproof...

  • …Check out a detailed explanation of alignment and its effect on tire wear. How often, if ever, did they rotate tires? A lack of rotating your tires can make them noisy. Check out rotation recommendations here. These factors can all dramatically influence a tire's perception. These anomalies get…

  • General Grabber HTS Tires

  • …SUVs and CUVs. Today the tires have 6,000 miles on them. The General Grabber HTS is a symmetrical tire allowing the tires to be cross switched as well as rotated front to back. Although this is not a substiute for dedicated winter tires like the Bridgestone Blizzak, Continental 4x4 Winter Contact…

  • Michelin Performance Tires Featuring Pilot Sport PS2

  • …know how it will be placed on the vehicle. Another advantage over a directional tread pattern is the tire may still be rotated side to side on a staggered set up or crossed front to back on a non staggered set up. The right side of the is the Outboard and the left side is the Inboard on the picture…

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