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  • Tire Tech Information - Tramlining: Coping with the Ruts in the Road

  • …less cornering force until their slip angle increases. A wider treaded tire will encounter more longitudinal ruts and/or grooves in the road than a narrow treaded tire. A tire with large tread blocks that transmits the driver's input to the road with great precision will also transmit the road's

  • Tire Tech Information - Mounting Track & Competition DOT Tires

  • …before the tire was cured. In order to minimize the risk of tread splices becoming visible, specific mounting instructions are used for many racing tires so the direction a tire rotates helps reduce the forces on the tread splice rather than increase them. The objective is to assure that the tire…

  • Wheel Tech Information - Tire & Wheel Package Ride Quality Confirmation

  • …"stack up" rather than "cancel out" each other, the possibility of a balance or road force induced ride vibration exists. Because of this, our Tire & Wheel Packages don't ship unless they're Hunter-Balanced and Road Force approved! Tires are made up of internal beads, body plies and belts that are…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire & Wheel Package Ride Uniformity Confirmation

  • …rather than "cancel out" each other, the possibility of a balance or road force induced ride vibration exists. Because of this, Tire & Wheel Packages don't ship from the Tire Rack unless they're Hunter-Balanced and Road Force approved! Tires are made up of internal beads, body plies and belts that…

  • A Replacement Shock Absorber

  • When you start to feel every last imperfection in the road, odds are you need to replace shock absorbers. Shock absorbers play a very important role in the function of your suspension system. They force heat through a series of valves within the shock body, which controls unwanted suspension…

  • Tire Tech Information - Alignment

  • …to be adjusted to slightly different specifications on the right side of the vehicle compared to the left side. These slight side-to-side differences are called cross-camber and cross-caster. For vehicles set up to drive on the "right" side of the road, the right side is aligned with a little…

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  • Tire Tech Information - How to Install Your Tire & Wheel Package

  • …help you solve your problem. Step 8: Proper installation requires that the wheel lug torque be set to the recommended specification for your vehicle. These torque specifications can be found in your vehicle's owner's manual, shop repair manual or obtained from your vehicle dealer. Finish tightening…

  • Wheel Tech Information - How to Install Your Tire & Wheel Package

  • …help you solve your problem. Step 8: Proper installation requires that the wheel lug torque be set to the recommended specification for your vehicle. These torque specifications can be found in your vehicle's owner's manual, shop repair manual or obtained from your vehicle dealer. Finish tightening…

  • How to Prepare for Your First Track Session in Four Simple Steps

  • …lbs. Chevy Camaro SS trying to stop from 120mph will require much more braking force than a 2,500 lbs. Mazda Miata stopping from 100mph on the same straightaway. Keep in mind the braking needs of your specific vehicle when selecting aftermarket replacement products. Take a look at the offerings…


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