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  • Are My Tires Too Old?

  • tire can vary greatly depending on how it is used. For example, counter to common belief, an infrequently used tire actually lives a harder life than one that is exercised on a regular basis. Since most people relate tire life to number of miles driven, this can come as a surprise. However, rubber

  • Fuzion Tires

  • …two High Performance All-Season tires. The Fuzion HRi and the Fuzion VRi. These tires are H- and V-speed rated respectively and have a 40,000 mile tread life warranty. They're great on sporty coupes and sedans. The Fuzion ZRi, iis a High Performance Summer tire, which offers good performance in…

  • Michelin Snow Tires

  • …Xi2 (for passenger cars) and Latitude X-Ice (for light truck/SUVs) Studless Ice & Snow winter / snow tires feature a unique rubber compound that helps with grip and performance in challenging winter conditions—without compromising tread life. Search all winter / snow Michelin tires online.

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  • Michelin: Your Tires

  • tire for trucks, vans, and sport utility vehicles. Its tread design and durable rubber compounds make this tire an excellent choice. Quiet and consistent, it is the second generation of the fabled Michelin LTX M/S, with improvements in ride and noise comfort, dry and wet traction and tread life.

  • Trailer Tires Offered at Tire Rack

  • …been that when properly stored and cared for, most street tires have a useful life in service of between six to ten years. Unfortunately, no one is absolutely sure of how long tires will last because of many variables. Heavily loaded tires equipped on vehicles stored outdoors in sunny, hot climates…

  • Facts and Myths About Nitrogen Inflated Tires

  • …affect the tire's tread life. While there is evidence to suggest that nitrogen-filled tires will have less oxidation to the inner liner of the tire, keep in mind that a tire's inner liner was specifically designed to handle standard air. There is no proof of any tire failing due to rubber oxidation…

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