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  • Heat Cycling. What does it do?

  • …Do you have everything? * Track brake pads? Check. * Adjustable shocks? Check. * Perfomance summer tires? Check. * Lightweight aftermarket wheels? Check. * Winning attitude? Check! What about heat cycling of your tires? Have you considered the benefits? Tire Rack's heat cycling of Track…

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  • Wheel Tech Information - Tire / Rim Protectors

  • …damage to the tires and/or wheels when drivers accidentally rub them against curbs while parking or turning sharply out of a driveway. However, most standard tires don't feature rim protectors of any kind (Photo #1) because they are frequently mounted on steel wheels. While this may initially appear…

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  • When to Mount Winter / Snow Tires - How Early is Too Early?

  • As the winter season fast approaches, it seems that the most frequent question I receive is when to mount winter / snow tires. While this answer is never set in stone and will vary based on where you reside, I typically recommend the middle of November as a good time for installation. The tires will…

  • Wheel Offset

  • …of the wheel. Positive wheel offset occurs when the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the front of (or, wheel side) of the wheel. On the other hand, if the hub mounting surface is positioned toward the brake side of the wheel, then we call it negative wheel offset. Wheel offset directly…

  • What is Wheel Offset?

  • …the wheel. It can be one of three types (measured in millimeters): positive, negative or zero. * Zero offset - The hub mounting surface is even with the centerline of the wheel. * Positive - The hub mounting surface is toward the front or wheel side of the wheel. Positive offset wheels are generally…

  • Custom Wheel Fitments

  • Wheel Size: You will also need to know the diameter, width, offset and backspace of the wheels. Backspace measures the distance from the mounting plate of the wheel to the back edge of the wheel, where offset measures the distance from the mounting plate of the wheel to the center of the wheel

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire & Wheel Owner's Manual

  • …Reader it's available free from Adobe for a variety of computer platforms. Related Links * How to Install Your Tire & Wheel Package * Match Mounting to Enhance Tire & Wheel Uniformity * Mounting & Balancing * Tire & Wheel Package Ride Uniformity Confirmation * Where to Install New Pairs of Tires?

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