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  • How much tread should I have on my tires?
    The law for minimum tread depth on your passenger car tires is 2/32", which happens to be the distance on american pennies from the top of Lincoln's head to the edge of the coin. So place Lincoln upside down, and put the penny in a groove in your tire. If even a small amount of his head is covered by the tread, your tires are fine, according to the law.
    Author: - Date: October 2, 2007


  • Toyo Proxes 4 - Tires That Never Tire
    “When the going gets tough, the tough get going”. Toyo's Proxes 4 Tires are their newest ultra-high performance tires. They are designed primarily for sport compact cars, sport sedans, and coupes.
    Author: David Parker - Date: May 29, 2005


  • Tire sizes - Educate yourself before switching to low profile tires
    Tire sizes are important. While customers will find specifications in their car’s owner’s manual or on a placard on the car door there is some leeway for alternative tires. Today’s cars generally come with one of two tire size standards. P-Metric or Euro-Metric tire sizes. The Euro-Metric System is very similar to the P-Metric System, except in regards to load carrying capacity.
    Author: David Parker - Date: October 5, 2004


 
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