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  • Measuring Tread Depth

  • tread. When looking at a tire’s tread, you may find irregularities have occurred as it has worn. The most worn spot is its weak link! Place a penny into several tread grooves across the tire. If part of Lincoln's head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32" of tread depth

  • I Love this Tread Depth Video

  • …minutes ago regarding tread depth, and I remembered that Tire Rack has an interesting video regarding the subject. The video answers the question, "When should I replace my tires?" Most states set the legal limit at 2/32", or at the top of Lincoln's head on a penny. What many folks…

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  • What Your Change is Telling You About Tread Depth

  • …Minimum Tread Depths" to see how stopping distances are greatly affected by tires that have only 2/32" of remaining tread depth. By placing a penny into multiple tread grooves of the tire, if part of Lincoln's head is not covered, the tire has less than 2/32" of tread depth remaining.…

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  • Need to measure your tread depth? Use a coin!

  • …Place a penny or a quarter into several tread grooves at least 15" apart on the tire. When part of Lincoln's head is covered, it means you have more than 2/32" of tread depth. And if the top of his memorial is always covered, then you've got more than 6/32" of tread depth. When part…

  • New Year. New Tires.

  • …is covered, you have more than 4/32” of tread depth remaining. With a penny to measure tread depth, place it into the tread grooves and if the top of the Lincoln Memorial is covered, your tires have more than 6/32” of remaining tread depth. Now there’s just one more thing: your new…

  • Are Your Tires Worn Out?

  • …minimum tread depth requirement. You can substitute a tire tread depth gauge with a U.S. coin to measure those critical few 32nds of an inch of remaining tread depth. When placing a penny into several tread grooves across the tire, if part of Lincoln's head is always covered by the tread, you have…

  • When is The Right Time to Replace Tires?

  • tread depth indicates a need to replace tires, should you buy tires even if part of Lincoln's head is covered when using a penny to measure your tire's tread depth? Take a look at "Measuring Tire Tread Depth with a Coin" to see how U.S. coins can be used in place of a tire tread depth

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  • Are my winter tires good enough for one more season?

  • …traction would be acceptable until about 4/32nds. If you don't have a tread depth measuring gauge, a quarter or penny can be a good tool. From the top of the quarter to the top of Washington's head = 4/32nds From the top of a penny to Lincoln's eye brow = 6/32nds These methods are not perfect, but…

  • With Bad Weather on the Horizon, Now's the Time for New Tires

  • tread depth, most people don't realize that once the tire has less than 6/32" of remaining depth, your wet road and snow traction capabilities dramatically decrease. Even if the tire looks like it has plenty of life left, do yourself a favor by grabbing a penny and doing a quick tread depth

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  • Spare Change

  • …You can also measure this tread depth with with a penny. Place a penny into several tread grooves across the tire. If the top of the Lincoln Memorial is always covered by the tread you have more that 6/32" of tread remaining. To learn more about tread depth and tire replacement criteria,…

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