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How to Read Tire Size From a Sidewall
You call around, looking for a price on tires, or maybe even brakes. The attendant on the phone asks you for your tire size. You have no idea. All you know about your tires is they are black...

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How can I determine my tire's size?
Most of us never think about what size our tires are; it's something that usually remains out of mind until getting ready to purchase tires, or thinking about changing tire size. The size of your tires can be easy to...
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How to make a 2004 Scion xB a smoother ride
Those Scion's are rough riding cars. A lot of people don't realize that the number one shock absorbers on their vehicles are the tires. Since tires are rubber and full of air, they end up absorbing majority of the shock...
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Owner had to replace five tires in 11 months
Hello there. The tire issue is not uncommon for your vehicle. The 550i uses tires and wheels with lower profile sidewalls. These increase traction and handling at the cost that they absorb impacts differently. Hitting a pothole or other rough...

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