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  • …in the mount bearing. • Steering snaps back, caused by a frozen upper strut bearing assembly and spring wind up. • Poor steering return where the car doesn’t straighten after ­turning due to binding in the upper mount.Strut Boots: As with strut mounts, it’s a good idea to

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

  • 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 stay on through the middle of March or until April, it all depends on when temperatures begin to

  • How to Choose the Correct Track Tires

  • …these tires can be more challenging to drive at their limits. They should be mounted on separate wheels and installed at the track. An example of this type of tire is the Hoosier A7. Pros of Track Tires: * Performance - If you are racing to win, track tires are the way to go. * Easiest way to turn…

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  • Wheels and Tires for Summer

  • It isn't too late to make your vehicle look better for the summer. Tire Rack offers many different styles of wheels and tires that we can mount and balance as a package for you (all at no additional cost). Here are the benefits of purchasing a wheel and tire package: High Quality, Cost-Effective and…

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