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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • …your tires' tread depths. When a winter / snow tire has worn to about 6/32", it's ability to provide beneficial snow traction will start to diminish. While still legal at 2/32", a winter / snow tire has worn well past the depth where it provides beneficial snow traction. Also read: Tread Depth Why…

  • What Your Change is Telling You About Tread Depth

  • tires wear to the critical final few 32nds of an inch of their remaining tread depth. At 6/32" of remaining tread depth, we expect snow traction to be affected, while drivers will notice a difference compared to when their tires were new. By using a penny, you have more than 6/32" of tread

  • How Tread Depth Affects Traction

  • …The bottom line is that if you are evaluating your tires and measuring tread depth, it is important to consider weather conditions. And when it comes time to replace your tires, read "When Should I Replace My Tires?" to ensure your tires always have the appropriate amount of tread depth.

  • Related Products: Minimum Tread Depth
  • Multicell Tread Compound for Winter

  • tread wears, new pores and tubes are constantly exposed. This flexible rubber compound improves the tire's grip in cold conditions while the bite particles attached to the tubes scratch at packed snow and icy surfaces for traction. When 50 percent worn, a tread depth indicator molded into the tread


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