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  • Winter / Snow Tire Maintenance Tips from the Tire Rack Experts

  • …results in a loss of about 5 psi, which if not adjusted for can cause problems both with tire wear and safety. Bear in mind that several vehicle manufacturer's owner's manuals recommend operating winter tires several psi (typically 3-5) higher than their recommended pressures for summer and…

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  • How Much Air is in that Tire? It looks a little low.

  • …the temperature is. Your tires will lose about 1 psi per 10 degree drop in temperature. The best time to check tire pressure is first thing in the morning, however if have pulled the car in the garage I could recommend putting a 2-3 extra psi to compensate for the higher temperature in the garage.…

  • Is your spare tire ready to bring you home?

  • …the spare looking low. It felt as good as a standard tire for inflation pressure - I hooked up my ContiComfortKit, I was at PSI 20. I filled it to the 60 recommended PSI (always fill temp spares to their max). How the CCK works. When I was placing my spare back in the trunk, I found it impossible…

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  • Tire Specs Explained | Tire Rack

  • …normal to experience 'hot' tire pressures that are up to 5 to 6 psi above the tire's recommended 'cold' pressure during the day if the vehicle is parked in the sun or has been extensively driven. Therefore, if the vehicle's recommended 'cold' inflation pressures correspond with the tire's maximum…


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