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  • Mixing Winter Tires

  • While it is always best to match all four tires on a vehicle, sometimes the need to mix models occurs. The manufacturers have advised us that the following winter tires ARE mixable when installed in axle pairs and should always be installed on the rear axle: Bridgestone * Blizzak LM22/LM25 are…

  • You Really Do Need Four Snow Tires. Running Just Two Isn't a Good Idea.

  • …matching tires on all four corners of their vehicle. Ideally, all four will always be the same, but the biggest chance for unstable or downright dangerous handling comes from mixing winter tires with non-winter tires in snowy and/or icy conditions. You can see our test of a mixed set of snow tires

  • Winter Wonderland

  • …between Performance Winter / Snow tires, Studless Ice and Snow and maybe a few Studdable tires as well. While studded tires are only allowed in some states, people looking for studded tire-like grip without studs will go into a Studless Ice and Snow tire. These tires promote features like squared…

  • Winter is Coming: Be Prepared With Four Winter / Snow Tires

  • …/ snow tires to address those doubts and show what can happen when mixed tires reach their limits on hard-packed snow and ice. Watch our tests at our local skating rink in, "Why Gamble in Winter When Four of a Kind Beats Two Pair?" We have a wide selection of winter / snow tires available,…


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