What Is Studding A Tire

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What Is Studding A Tire
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  • To Stud or Not to Stud?

  • tire. Let's face it; studded snow tires have been around for decades and the technology has not really advanced since then, but they are still a very popular choice. What has advanced is the technology of Studless Ice and Snow tires. But we do offer Studdable Winter / Snow tires and the metal studs

  • What Type of Winter / Snow Tire is Best for Me?

  • …Winter / Snow tire, studded or not. Performance isn't an issue, and neither is the ice, so you can go with this more budget-oriented option. Want to learn more about snow tires? Watch some of our videos to see how tires differ in winter conditions! Then search by vehicle to see what is available.

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  • What are the Different Types of Winter / Snow Tires?

  • …metal stud to enhance ice traction. Drivers can run these tires without the studs and they tend to be a very good snow solution, however become a bit more challenged on icy surfaces. When the studs are added, ice traction is improved at the expense of noise level. Because studded tires damage…

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  • Winter is right around the corner!

  • studded tires.) Studdable tires like the General AltiMAX Arctic provide extra grip when driving on hard packed snow and ice because the studs can dig in a little deeper. They can be run without studs and still provide excellent grip in the snow, which is what a lot of people do. Tires with studs in…


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