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Old 11-30-2006, 04:55 AM   #6
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Location: South Carolina
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just another thought,
All tires will heat up as some you drive (depending on amount of time driven, driving style, etc.). "Actual mileage may vary"

Example: track day in SC in January. Morning temps in the mid 30's for the 8:00 runs - EVERYBODY is slipping & sliding. But, as the day wears on, temp rises, tires get hot, and by lunch everybody is letting air out to keep the pressures right.

So, moderate to long trip at marginal temps - the tires will probably heat up enough to be fine, though maybe not a good day to probe the limits.
Short trip on a cold night to the mini-mart for more eggnog: drive carefully!
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