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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • …* Canadian Orders * Accessibility * How can I tell if my tires are directional and properly mounted/rotated? Directional tires will have a rotation arrow branded on the tire's sidewall. The arrow indicates the direction in which the tire should turn. Unless they are dismounted and remounted…

  • Winter Tech Information - Studded Tire Rotation

  • Winter / Snow Tire Tech: Studded Tire Rotation In order to achieve the best possible wintertime performance and longest lifetime from a set of studded tires, they should be rotated periodically to equally share the vehicle's workload. Tire rotation will help all four tires maintain equivalent tire…

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

  • …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 rolling direction of the tire should not be changed. This means rotating the tires front to rear on the same side. For more information on…

  • If it's too loud...you're too old

  • …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 combinations.

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