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  • Mixing It Up

  • …When mixing, it is best to do so in pairs to help minimize handling and traction differences. Always try to keep as close as possible to what is on the vehicle. Some things to consider are: * speed rating * performance category (all-season vs summer, passenger vs performance) * brand Keep in…

  • Mixing and Matching Tires

  • …four tires try to think in even numbers and make sure those two tires are the same brand and model. Mixing brands of tires is something one should avoid at all times. Tires have personalities--they have different tread patterns, tread depths, and performance characteristics which could lead to an…

  • Matching Sets of Tires Always the Best Way to Go

  • …survey results. The survey was submitted by an Audi A3 driver who had a negative experience with his Potenza RE-11 because he was using multiple brands of tires on his car. This is a great tire in a dry street but horrible in a wet one. It is so horrible that maked me crash in a highway. The tires…

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  • The best tire for your car is...

  • …jewel-encrusted tire in the world, you will never see the full benefit from it. Tires of different brands, tread design, tread compounds, sidewall density and categories will behave differently on the road. Mixing up tires opens the window for excessive tread noise, under/oversteer, and braking…

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