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  • A Simple Guide to UTQG

  • A Simple Guide to UTQG

    …and temperature capabilities. Treadwear is a rating on how long the tire should last; the higher the number, the longer the life of the tire in theory. Traction is rated on a scale similar to grades in school (C, B, A), but instead of an A+, there's AA at the top. Temperature rating is rated C,…

  • UTQG... Does it Matter to Me?

  • …and temperature capabilities. When viewing UTQG ratings, it's important to note that the grades are assigned by the tire manufacturers and not the originators of the test, the U.S. Department of Transportation. The following three components will help you better understand how the UTQG rating works:…

  • Winter Tech Information - Air Pressure, Temperature Fluctuations

  • …the influences of time, changes in ambient temperatures or a small tread puncture have not caused it to change." The rule of thumb is for every 10 Fahrenheit change in air temperature, tire pressures will change about 2% (up with higher temperatures and down with lower). This means that light-duty,…

  • Review of: Kumho Solus KH16

  • …would be. Definitely one of the better Grand Touring All-Season tires on the market, and Kumho isn%27t lying about the AA traction and A temperature ratings. While uphill cornering/weight transfer / downhill cornering they provided outstanding grip considering the true purpose of this tire/ what…

  • On Tread Life

  • …Quality Grade Standards (UTQG) rating of a tire. When created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), UTQG ratings were meant to give tire buyers a tangible interpretation of a tire's tread life expectancy, overall traction performance and temperature capabilities. While not…

  • Brake Tech Information - Hawk Brake Pad Compounds (All)

  • …pad material reaches elevated temperatures. Also important to note, the increased performance at elevated brake temperature levels will likely result in increased noise and dust at lower operating temperatures. A flat plateau of the Mu level across a wide temperature range indicates very consistent…

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  • Brake Tech Information - Hawk Brake Pad Compounds (Track)

  • …levels and temperature ratings to find the product that properly meets your needs. View Hawk Brake Pad Compounds (Track) Comparison Chart Comparing Performance The Mu factor illustrates the pad material's friction level against the brake rotor surface as brake system temperature increases. The…




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