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  • Review of: Goodyear Fortera TripleTred

  • …Fortera HLs, and after 2 years, I am still happy with the tires. The HLs seemed to offer better dry traction, but that%27s comparing 4-6/32%22 with 12/32%22 new tires. Snow traction is vastly improved, even taking into account tread depth. I rarely feel any slipping in snow, although last winter was…

  • Introducing the New Hoosier A7

  • depth of 4/32", they will not require shaving for competition, however they'll benefit from a minimal scuff-in prior to their first run. We can provide a heat cycling service for an additional $15 per tire, so when you receive your new A7 tires they will be track ready. The new A7 tires are…

  • Panic Stopping: How Much Tread Depth Do You Need?

  • …Page to a Friend Tires are usually considered legally worn out when they reach 2/32" of remaining tread depth. Concerned that nearly worn out tires sacrifice too much wet traction, we compared the stopping distances of new tires to those with 4/32" and 2/32" tread depth. The Tire Rack's test results…

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  • Where to Install New Pairs of Tires

  • …different tire sizes on the front and rear. The reason for the rear installation is new tires on the rear axle will help the driver control their vehicle in wet conditions since the newer, deeper tread tires provide better hydroplaning resistance. With the older, lower tread depth tires on the…

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