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  • Breaking In Your New Tires

  • …I need to break in my new tires?" The answer is yes! It is highly recommended that you follow a break-in procedure whenever you purchase a new set of tires. Easy cornering, braking, and acceleration for the first five hundred miles usually works best. Braking in your new tires this way allows…

  • Don't forget to break in those new tires.

  • …S2000 tires or Camaro tires, or performance SUV tires—in fact, it doesn't really matter what kind of automobile tires you buy, they'll all need to be broken in before you push the pedal to the metal. During the manufacturing process, a release lubricant is applied which prevents the tire from…

  • Hoosier Racing Tires: Breaking in the A6 and R6

  • As with any tire, it is important to recognize a certain "break-in" period. Though breaking in a tire won't affect initial performance, it will produce benefits across the competitive life of the tire. So if you're breaking in a new set of Hoosier Racing tires, like the A6 or the R6,…

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  • Winter / Snow Tire Break-In

  • …cornering and braking in order to wear off this compound and get a feel for how your winter / snow tires handle compared to your non-winter tires. For more information on how to properly adjust to your new set of winter / snow tires, read "Breaking In New Winter Tires." An important aspect…

  • Breaking In Studded Winter / Snow Tires is a Must

  • …Over the life of the tires, it's expected that some studs will work themselves loose and be ejected. Breaking in and properly rotating the tires will help extend their life. For more information on properly maintaining your set of studded tires, read "Studded Tires for Winter Driving."

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  • Need low dust break pads? Try ceramics!

  • …stopping power and pedal feel as Original Equipment pads, with less dust, lower noise, less vibration and less rotor wear. In addition, ceramic pads dissipate heat better for less brake fade and faster recovery during heavy braking. Tire Rack offers ceramic pads from the following manufacturers:

  • Breaking Away with Continental!

  • …Performance Summer tire is designed for drivers of sports cars, sports coupes and performance sedans who want enhanced cornering, steering and handling to go along with improved dry and wet traction. Like all summer tires, the ExtremeContact DW is not intended to be driven in near-freezing…

  • Winter Tires Worth Their Weight in Gold

  • in my Impala with no problem. Wishing you would have purchased a set before winter started? Tire Rack has many options available that can be delivered in one to three business days. For consumers who need maximum snow traction, consider tires from the Studless Ice and Snow category. These tires

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