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  • Tread Depth and Winter Traction

  • …6/32" vs Full Tread Depth Many snow tires feature Winter Wear Indicators (also called Snow Platforms) to identify that a tire's tread depth remains suitable for beneficial snow performance. While Winter Wear Indicators are not intended to be a sign the tire is legally worn out, experience…

  • I Love this Tread Depth Video

  • …just spoke with someone a few minutes ago regarding tread depth, and I remembered that Tire Rack has an interesting video regarding the subject. The video answers the question, "When should I replace my tires?" Most states set the legal limit at 2/32", or at the top of Lincoln's head…

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  • What Your Change is Telling You About Tread Depth

  • …of remaining tread depth, the tire is legally worn out in most states and are in need of immediate replacement. The good news is that you received all of the legal value out of your set of tires. Watch "What Honest Abe Doesn't Tell You About Minimum Tread Depths" to see how stopping…

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  • Check your tires tread depth with an Accutire gauge.

  • …Check for : * Adequate tread depth - Most street tires start with 10/32" of tread depth. When the tire's tread depth is below 4/32" drivers will begin to lose sufficient wet traction. And once the tire's tread has worn down to 2/32", the tire is considered legally worn out.* Uneven…

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  • Need to measure your tread depth? Use a coin!

  • …of tread depth. And if the top of his memorial is always covered, then you've got more than 6/32" of tread depth. When part of Washington's head is covered, then you're clear with more than 4/32" of tread depth. So easy, right? Just remember that most states determine tires are legally

  • When should I replace my tires?

  • …as they did before, but once you look at them they appear to have tread on them? Tire change during their in service life. The two main factors that contribute to a tire's aging performance - Tread depth - Legal minimum tread depth is 2/32". In our in-house testing, I have found that tires are…

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  • When is The Right Time to Replace Tires?

  • While the legal minimum of 2/32" of remaining tread depth indicates a need to replace tires, should you buy tires even if part of Lincoln's head is covered when using a penny to measure your tire's tread depth? Take a look at "Measuring Tire Tread Depth with a Coin" to see how U.S.…

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