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  • Breaking in Your Tires | Tire Rack

  • …tires are cured, a release lubricant is applied to prevent them from sticking in their mold. Some of the lubricant stays on the surface of your tires, reducing traction until it is worn away. Five hundred miles of easy acceleration, cornering and braking will allow the mold release lubricant to wear…

  • Breaking In Your New Tires

  • …perform their duties within the tire to deliver maximum performance and ride quality. In addition, it allows the lubricants used to release tires from their molds to wear off the surface of the new tire. Until this lubricant wears away, your new tires will have a reduced level of traction,…

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  • Don't forget to break in those new tires.

  • …they'll all need to be broken in before you push the pedal to the metal. During the manufacturing process, a release lubricant is applied which prevents the tire from sticking to the mold in which it was created. Unfortunately, some of that lubricant remains on the tire upon installation. It reduces…

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  • The time to buy snow tires is now !

  • …to more tread squirm and drivers may notice a reduction in handling responsiveness. Before tires are cured, a release lubricant is often applied to prevent the tires from sticking in the mold. Unfortunately, some of the lubricant stays on the surface of the tires, and traction is reduced until it is…

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  • Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

  • …a break-in period. The very outer part of a tire's tread contains a release compound and/or lubricant. During the tire manufacturing process, this part of the tread helps to keep the tire from sticking to the hot tire mold as the tire cures. For break-in, we suggest a few hundred miles of gentle…

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  • Student Safety and Tires

  • …tires when tread depths reach approximately 6/32". Tires need more tread depth in wintry conditions to compress snow in their grooves and release it as they roll. If there isn't sufficient tread depth, the vehicle's traction and mobility in snow will be reduced. New Tire Tread Depth Approaching…


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