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  • Understanding Speed Ratings

  • …168 mph, 270 km/h maximum speed. You can learn more about speed rating and the other letters and numbers on the sidewall of your tire in "How to Read Speed Rating, Load Index & Service Descriptions." Disclaimer: It is important to note that speed ratings only apply to tires that have…

  • What Does "ZR" Mean?

  • What Does "ZR" Mean?

    rated tire. Not all Z-speed rated tires have a Z listed on the sidewall in this manner because it is not mandatory. The service description is more specific about the speed rating, so putting the Z in the size is mainly just an aesthetic choice. W and Y speed ratings are both rated for higher speeds

  • Speed Rating. Why is it Important?

  • Speed ratings are as follows: S: 112 mph T: 118 mph U: 124 mph H: 130 mph V: 149 mph Z: Was the highest rating in the 1980s at 150 + mph With the advent of new sports cars that well exceeded the 150 mph barrier, the tire industry adopted a few new speed ratings: W: 168 mph Y: 186 mph Every tire that…

  • Review of: Continental ContiSportContact

  • …own providing great front grip going in to corners %28All wheel drive%29 and superb exits. My only compliant is that I assumed they would be at least z rated and imagine my surprise when I discovered they are only V rated. They are 255/35%27s So next set of summer tires will be Y rated I promise

  • Ultra High Performance Summer Ratings

  • …Snow [+] * Comfort [+] * Treadwear * Miles Reported * * New Kumho Ecsta PS31 Tire Rack Projection * Not Yet Rated This tire hasn't received enough consumer reviews to be given a rating. These projections reflect how we expect the tire to perform. * Select Size Tire's price varies by size. Select…

  • Review of: Sumitomo HTR Z II

  • …are for summer weather I will give them a rate between 0 to 10 in snow or ice conditions a rate of 7.5 - driving in philadelphia during this winter 2015. I was able to drive, stop and not stuck in a 8 inches of snow without any problems. Following the speed required for such weather conditions.


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