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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:18:29 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    DRAG RACING RADIALS TIRES

    For enthusiastic drivers wanting DOT-legal street tires designed to provide drive-to-the-strip-and-back versatility.

    Designed to provide drag racing looks and traction, Drag Racing Radials were developed for drivers looking for drag strip performance from tires that are streetable.* However, like all Track & Competition DOT tires, they are not intended to be driven on extremely wet roads with standing water where there is the risk of hydroplaning. Additionally, they should not be driven, stored nor serviced in near- or below-freezing temperatures.

    *Excludes Hoosier D.O.T. Drag Radial.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:17:11 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    STREETABLE TRACK & COMPETITION TIRES

    For enthusiastic drivers wanting DOT-legal street tires that allow you to drive to, from and at the racetrack on the same tires.

    Never intended to be driven on the street or exposed to near-freezing temperatures, Racetrack & Autocross Only special-use tires feature racing slick type tread designs and compounds optimized for dry traction to provide the ultimate in acceleration, cornering and braking in dry conditions*.

    *Some tires can be run at full 6/32" tread depth in damp conditions and require shaving tread depths to 4/32" for use on dry racetracks.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:16:01 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    WET RACETRACK & AUTOCROSS ONLY TIRES

    For enthusiastic drivers wanting DOT-legal tires for wet conditions during racetrack, time attack or autocross competition.

    Never intended to be driven on the street or exposed to near-freezing temperatures, Wet Racetrack & Autocross Only special-use tires feature aggressive tread designs and compounds optimized for wet traction to provide the ultimate in acceleration, cornering and braking in wet conditions.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:14:14 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    RACETRACK & AUTOCROSS ONLY TIRES

    For enthusiastic drivers wanting DOT-legal tires for dry conditions during racetrack, time attack or autocross competition.

    Never intended to be driven on the street or exposed to near-freezin g temperatures, Racetrack & Autocross Only special-use tires feature racing slick type tread designs and co mpounds optimized for dry traction to provide the ultimate in acceleration, cornering and braking in dry condit ions*.

    *Some tires can be run at full 6/32" tread depth in damp conditions and require shaving tread depths to 4/32" for use on dry racetracks.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:10:28 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    TIRE INFO

    Spare Tire Use

    If you ever visit an auto museum, you'll see most antique cars were equipped with two or more spare tires. Fortunately today's roads and improved tire durability have reduced that necessity, allowing our vehicles to be equipped with a single spare or none at all!

    While some of today's vehicles are equipped with spares that match the other tires and wheels on the vehicle, they are in the minority. Now most vehicles are originally equipped with a "temporary-use" spare tire and wheel that probably differs in size and construction from the other tires and wheels on the vehicle. And some vehicles are even delivered without a spare tire and wheel thanks to the extended mobility provided by modern run-flat tires or temporary repair and inflation systems, like the ContiComfortKit.

    Full-Size Matching Spare Tires and Wheels

    While full-size matching spare tires and wheels require the greatest amount of storage space, they are the most versatile. Full-size matching spare tires and wheels should be integrated into the vehicle's tire rotation pattern from the beginning. This will essentially create a set of five tires that will last longer than just four, as well as will "wear out" the spare tire before it "ages out." If the vehicle has all-wheel or four-wheel drive, the spare tire will remain at a similar tread depth to the other tires on the vehicle, reducing driveline stress when called into service. Additionally, when it is time to replace the vehicle's tires, they can be replaced as a set of five allowing you to benefit from using the latest tire technology or select a more desirable tire size that fits the original wheels.

    Many of today's spare tires are temporary spare designs intended to get the vehicle to a trained tire service person to repair or replace the tire that's been punctured or damaged.

    Full-Size Temporary Spares

    Full-size temporary spare tires and wheels match the vehicle's original tire dimensions, but typically feature lighter-weight construction and a shallower tread depth to reduce vehicle weight to improve fuel economy and make the spare easier to install. While most of today's vehicles are originally equipped with alloy wheels, full-size temporary spares are typically mounted on steel wheels and should be used only as spares.

    Temporary/Compact Spares

    Temporary/Compact Spare tires are physically shorter and narrower than the vehicle's standard tires and wheels. Their smaller dimensions require they operate at higher inflation pressures (typically 60 psi) than standard tires. Temporary/Compact Spares also feature lighter-weight construction and a shallower tread depth than standard tires to reduce vehicle weight, as well as allow more trunk space to be dedicated to luggage. The compact temporary spare tire and wheel that comes with a vehicle is designed to fit that vehicle only. Never attempt to use a Temporary/Compact Spare Tire and wheel on another vehicle unless it is the exact same make and model.

    Folding Temporary Spares

    While folding temporary spare tires have been installed in vehicles previously, they have extremely limited application today. Folding spares provide the greatest space savings but are more complex to use because they must be inflated with an air pump or a canister of pressurized air prior to use.

    The Following Tips Can Help Make Sure That Your Spare Is Used Correctly and Safely

    Learn how to install the spare on your vehicle before you have to. Learn how to access the spare tire, jack, lug wrench and wheel lock key (if equipped). Confirm where the jack is to contact the vehicle and practice changing a tire. This will make it a lot easier on that cold, dark rainy night when your vehicle has a real flat.

    All temporary spare tires are designed for short-term use only; they are not designed with the same capabilities in terms of load capacity, speed capability, or all-weather traction.

    Always check your vehicle's owner's manual and the temporary spare's sidewall for instructions on proper use. It is also important to recognize that controlling a vehicle may be more difficult when using a temporary spare, and temporary spare tires are usually accompanied with warnings that advise against towing a trailer, or traveling over 50 miles per hour for further than 50 miles.

    Check the spare tire's air pressure with a tire pressure gauge on a monthly basis, when you check all other tires on the vehicle. There's nothing more aggravating than a flat spare when you have a flat tire.

    Always confirm the inflation pressure before use and ensure that your spare has the manufacturer recommended inflation. It's important to check and adjust the temporary spare's inflation to the recommended pressure before driving away.

  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:08:55 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    TEMPORARY/COMPACT SPARE TIRES

    You need to replace Original Equipment temporary/compact spare tires.

    These light-duty, special purpose, temporary/compact spare tires feature full-size, compact or folding designs that typically have shallow tread depths and lightweight constructions to save weight and/or trunk space for cars, vans or light trucks.

    Read more about spare tire use.
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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 2:01:08 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    TRAILER SERVICE TIRES

    You want heavy-duty, special trailer service tires for your boat, camper or utility trailer.

    Special trailer service tires feature heavy-duty constructions and accommodate higher inflation pressures to provide the load capacity necessary to match many trailer applications and payloads. Their stiffer sidewalls help control sway for enhanced towing stability and they offer more bruise resistance than typical passenger tires. These heavy-duty, special purpose trailer tires are not meant for use on cars or trucks.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 1:54:49 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    OFF-ROAD MAXIMUM TRACTION TIRES

    Your off-road challenges include deep mud, loose soil, slippery rock and the toughest trails.

    These typically oversize tires feature aggressive tread lugs that bite into loose or muddy surfaces to provide maximum traction that helps propel the vehicle through muddy ruts and over slippery rocks. While many are branded with the M+S symbol and some are even pinned to accept optional metal studs to increase ice traction, their typical oversize applications, use of extra-large lugs and the absence of snow-biting sipes often challenges an Off-Road Maximum Traction tire's on-road wintertime traction in slush, packed snow and on ice.

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 1:53:21 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    ON-/OFF-ROAD COMMERCIAL TRACTION TIRES

    Your truck uses heavy-duty tires to provide off-road traction at work jobsites and recreation areas, as well as in snow.

    These heavy-duty tires feature aggressive tread designs that generate off-road traction by biting into loose or muddy surfaces. They are branded with the M+S symbol and capable of providing traction in snow (some are even designed to accept optional studs to enhance traction on ice).

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  • Thursday, November 24, 2016 1:51:12 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur Posted in Tire Info By King ofrims

    ON-/OFF-ROAD ALL-TERRAIN TIRES

    Your on-road and off-road travels include snow-covered roads, as well as gravel, stone, soil and sandy off-road trails.

    These tires typically have as much capability off the road as they do on the road. They feature multifaceted tread blocks to help deliver traction in any direction on gravel roads and dirt trails, as well as are branded with the M+S symbol indicating their ability to provide all-season versatility, including traction in snow.

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