How To Rotate Tires

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How To Rotate Tires
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  • Should I Rotate My Tires?

  • …Not sure how to rotate your tires? Check your vehicle's owners manual first as vehicle manufacturers often have vehicle specific recommendations. If there is no specific recommendation by the manufacturer, you can follow this chart : Learn more about the benefits of tire rotation in this tech…

  • Winter / Snow Tires - The How and Why

  • …then releasing as rotation continues. Winter / snow tires will feature 11/32" - 12/32" of depth when new, while most all-seasons start at 10/32". While U.S. law stipulates 2/32" of tread depth renders a tire legally worn out, winter traction requires a bit more to be effective.…

  • How Old Are the Tires I Buy?

  • …for tires to be six to nine months old when we receive them direct from the tire manufacturers. We employ inventory rotation so that most of the tires we ship are less than a year old. How fresh are the tires being sold by Tire Rack? As previously mentioned, Tire Rack employs inventory rotation so…

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  • How Tire Pressure Impacts Treadwear

  • …the proper tire pressure for your vehicle is the sticker on the inside of the driver door or inside the gas filler door. For a better understanding on how to maximize the life of your tires, read "Tire Rotation Instructions," "Alignment" and "Air Pressure: When and How to

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  • Oil Change = Tire Rotation

  • …Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Video Center Oil Change = Tire Rotation (00:28) Category: Tires Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Email Page to a Friend Be tire smart - rotate your tires when you change the oil. During National Tire Safety Week and all through the…

  • Understanding How Brakes Work | Tire Rack

  • …the stationary brake pad and rotating disk or drum as it slides past the pad convert the motion of the wheel and tire into heat, much the way rubbing your hands together on a cold day will warm them up. Bringing your car to a stop generates enough heat at each wheel to boil a liter of water in about…


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