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  • Hoosier Tires Made in Indiana!

  • …performance in an autocross or road race tire, look no further than Hoosier Racing tires! Not only are Hoosier tires of outstanding quality, they're made right here in Indiana. Hoosier A6 Hoosier R6 Manufactured in Plymouth, Indiana, Hoosier's tires are popular for competition use in: *…

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  • Best Tires for Rain

  • …all-season tire is actually a compromise between wet, dry and snow capability. Each of these conditions have different requirements, so an all-season tire actually gives away some wet and dry traction to gain light snow traction. Summer tires are the ultimate wet weather performers. They have sticky

  • Mustang Tires Made Easy

  • sticky in the summer...and the tire looks really good." — Tire Rack Consumer Review, Mustang GT, OH • Goodyear Eagle GT: "All I can say is that I am extremely impressed by the performance of these tires in dry and wet condition. It is downpouring in OK right now, and these tires

  • 2010 Camaro SS Tires

  • …out and by now many of those Pirelli P Zero tires have got to be getting pretty close to wearing out. At least if you drive it like my cousin drives his. Right now there aren't many options to go with but those Pirelli P-Zero tires are a very sticky summer rubber compound. They grip very very well…

  • Tires As Shoes: Part Two -- What Is the Purpose?

  • …Sport Cup. These tires are sticky! Not something to drive everyday, but they hook-up on the track to leave the competition staring at your bumper. Max Performance Summer: Running shoe= Pilot Sport PS2. About as much fun I'll have on the road during warm weather, but not the tire for driving to…

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  • All-season tires in warmer climates?

  • …Performance All-Season tires instead. Unless you're a very fast driver who's always taking 40 mph curves at 80 mph, you'll get better wear without significant loss in grip and steering response. So, even though you might be in Los Angeles or Tuscaloosa, an all-season tire might be a better choice.


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