How To Break In New Tires

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How To Break In New Tires
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  • Getting the Most From Your Competition Tires

  • …competition tires to last as long as possible and perform their best when in use. How can you maximize the amount of wear and increase response/handling at the same time? Luckily, Tire Rack offers competition tire heat cycling and shaving for these exact needs. Any tread design that breaks up the…

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  • How to Properly Tighten Your Lug Nuts

  • …the lug torque specified in your vehicle's owner's manual and tightening lugs in a crisscross sequence. To gain a better understanding of how to properly tighten and loosen your vehicle's lug hardware, read "Wheel Lug Torquing." To keep the lugs moving like new on my vehicle, I clean the…

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  • The Benefits of Winter Tires and Wheels!

  • …consumer review not to rave about how good the tire is, but to illustrate the concept of a Winter / Snow Tire & Wheel Package. This reviewer was able to wait until snow hit and then change into his winter tires on his time frame and didn't have to pay ($15-$20 per tire) to get them switched…

  • Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

  • to adjust your driving style accordingly and learn how the new winter / snow tires will react to your steering inputs. It's important to note that there are special break-in procedures for studded tires and you can find the necessary steps for breaking in studded tires by reading "Studded Tire


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