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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • …this answer. When are winter / snow tires no longer appropriate for the next season? Check your tires' tread depths. When a winter / snow tire has worn to about 6/32", it's ability to provide beneficial snow traction will start to diminish. While still legal at 2/32", a winter / snow tire has worn…

  • Nissan 350Z Tires to Handle Snow

  • …on this environmentally friendly tire, read "Michelin Green X." When installing wheels on the 350Z you may notice a steel pin protruding from the front hub mounting surface. This pin is designed to prevent erroneous rotation of the tires. You must remove it with a 12mm wrench so your new…

  • Fun Winter / Snow BMW Tires from Pirelli

  • Winter 240 Sottozero Serie II to fit his needs. He told me that he had run more aggressive winter / snow tires before, and was sincerely impressed with the traction levels of this tire. Being in an urban environment with excellent snow removal services, he went with this set of Pirelli snow tires

  • What are the Best Winter / Snow Tires for 2013? Find Out Here!

  • …and the winter conditions you experience. Studless Ice & Snow Studless Ice & Snow tires deliver maximum snow and ice traction when conditions are the most severe. These tires will give up some dry grip and steering response compared to higher performance winter / snow tires. Their rubber…


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