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  • …the tread. If you can see all of his head, your tire is 2/32" deep or less and should be replaced. Tires also have tread wear indicators known as "wear bars" built into them. These are indicators that appear when you have worn your tread down to the limit. These indicators are raised…

  • Winter tires ... how do they work

  • …legally worn out when they reach 2/32" (approximately 1.6mm) of remaining tread depth. U.S. law requires tires to have easy-to-see Tread Wear Indicator bars running from one side of their tread design to the other when the tire's tread has worn down to the minimum legal limit of 2/32 inch. We…

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  • …Schools * Other * The Eibach Difference: Anti-Roll Bars (01:36) Category: Suspension * Facebook * Twitter * Google+ * Pinterest * Mail Mark Krumme, Eibach's North America marketing communications manager, explains how anti-roll bars (sway bars) are a finetuning tool for vehicles and that only after…

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  • …* All * Tires * Wheels * Winter/Snow * Brakes * Suspension * Engine Tuning * Why Tire Rack? * Motorsports & Driving Schools * Other * Raising the Bar - Testing New Ultra High Performance All-Season Tires (04:31) Category: Tires * Facebook * Twitter * Google+ * Pinterest * Mail Tire companies always…

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