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  • Is your car pulling to the right?

  • …your alignment. If everything is a-OK, then you'll need to diagnose the tires. There is a very specific way in which that can be done, and you can do it at home by rotating your tires accordingly. Read "Diagnosing Tire Pull" in our library of Tire Tech articles for detailed instructions.

  • (PDF Document: pulling_tire_diagnosis.pdf)

  • …that was not rotated. A tire diagnosed as a pulling tire is a manufacturer's defect. The tire is covered under warranty only during the first 25% of tread wear. The defect is caused by the belts being incorrectly aligned during manufacture. The following steps must be used to isolate a pulling tire.

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  • Review of: Bridgestone Dueler H/T D687

  • …steering angle the front tires can break loose. Also a note to many drivers, this tire design doesn%27t prevent hydroplane when running over patch of water. The tires do not provide good feedback when the roads are wet and even semi-wet. Finally I pulled these tires off my car after 30K miles…

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  • …Products * Tires All the tools you need to help ensure your tires are right when it matters. * All Tires By * Vehicle * Size * Brand * Category * Wheel Diameter * Tire & Wheel Packages * Winter / Snow Tires By * Vehicle * Size * Brand * Tire & Wheel Packages * Explore More About Tires * Wheels Try…

  • Pull Those Stud Cips!

  • One of the most common issues we hear about is wheel vibrations after new tires and aftermarket alloy wheels are installed. More often than not, the vibrations are caused by little washers attached to the brake rotor or brake drum. These locking washers are called stud clips. These are found mostly…

  • Driving Through Tire Blowouts | Tire Rack

  • …to carefully pull over to the side of the road. Members of the Tire Rack team had the chance to experience tire blowouts at highway speeds at Michelin's Laurens Proving Grounds. Tire after tire was sacrificed as participants were allowed to drive vehicles fitted with tires rigged with explosives…

  • Stud Removal from Tires | Tire Rack

  • …the studs (best to make use of the same tire lube used to mount tires, since other lubricants may actually harm the rubber) on an inflated tire, grabbing the top of each stud with a pair of pliers, and twisting as you pull the stud out. If the tires are older, with less remaining tread depth…

  • Road Surfaces and Your Tire's Wear

  • …Midwest. In addition to affecting the treadlife of your tires, severely grooved or uneven road surfaces can be detrimental to your car's ability to track properly. This phenomenon is referred to as tramlining. Not to be confused with tire pull which is typically related to the vehicle. Any vehicle…

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