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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…

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  • Mixing It Up

  • While it is always best to have matching tires on a vehicle, it is not always possible due to availability and finances. 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…

  • FAQ - Mud-Terrain Tires

  • …about 40,000 miles of mixed off-road and street driving. What are the disadvantages of using aggressive mud-terrain tires? As you might guess, the more aggressive tread patterns of mud tires make more road noise than an all-terrain or highway street tire. Most mud-terrain tires also use heavy-duty…

  • Mixing and Matching Tires

  • 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 unpredictable driving experience. You won't be the first nor the last person to buy just one tire for…


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