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  • Winter / Snow Tires - The How and Why

  • …grip during the winter months. Tread Depth Snow on snow traction is critical to winter capability. This is achieved by packing snow into the depths of the tread upon contact with the surface, and then releasing as rotation continues. Winter / snow tires will feature 11/32" - 12/32" of…

  • Studded Tire Rotation | Tire Rack

  • …a Friend Studded Tire Rotation In order to achieve the best possible wintertime performance and longest lifetime from a set of studded tires, they should be rotated periodically to equally share the vehicle's workload. Tire rotation will help all four tires maintain equivalent tire wear throughout…

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  • Snow Tires/Wheels for BMW X5

  • …improved snow and ice traction vs. the wider 20" O.E. tires. Another advantage of the "square" setup (same sizes front and back) is the ability to rotate your tires front-to-back which will allow for more even treadwear and longer tread life. Another advantage of a Winter / Snow Tire

  • Nissan 350Z Tires to Handle Snow

  • snow tire will work best for your vehicle, read "Which Snow Tire: Studless Ice and Snow, Studdable Winter / Snow or Performance Winter / Snow? Given the vehicle's light weight and rear-wheel drive dynamics, I would recommend a Studless Ice and Snow tire. One of the best Winter / Snow Tire


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