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#16: 12-09-2009, 11:32 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Fishbulb View Post
How long have you been driving on the new winter tires? All new tires need atleast 400 to 500 miles to drive off the mold release compound that covers the tire when new. This compound is slippery so if the tires have less then 500 miles on them that could be the issue.
Very true. And if there is still molding compound on there, it is not going to rub off while driving in the snow. You need to drive some easy miles on tarmac before it dissipates.
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