from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of tire.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The milk-sickness.
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Best bet in regards to tires is to go with All-Season (mud & snow) tires.
Cool, think the Chinese will cover her in tires and she'll be the Chinese Michellin woman?
Will putting all-terrain tires on it instead of highway tires make a difference? and will the | Field & Stream
If that is your reason for going to all terrain tires, they will not help you on the front of the vehicle.
The all-terrain tires will make deference in handling and the height of the tire will also change the performance, the taller the tire the more power needed to turn them and less gas mileage.
The all-terrain tires will give you better traction and let you get further from help when you get stuck.
All-Terrain tires will certionally provide better off-road traction (grip) than highway tires but will not be as effective on wet or dry pavement.
Will putting all-terrain tires on it instead of highway tires make a difference? and will the size help at all?
I prefer Michelin tires on my imported, asian-made vehicles.
Potential to reduce heat in tires, resulting in lower rolling resistance.
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