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I love the idea of nokian tires, but I can’t imagine anyone ever having great mileage with them. For a while now I’ve been saying that there is no comparison between nokian tires and my other tires.
One of the reasons I like the nokian tire idea is that it’s an idea that I’ve been thinking about for the past few months. When I was building my tire I decided to go the whole “no more tires with the tread strip cut away” route, but I quickly realized that I wanted to keep the ability to use the tread strip and add on a tread modifier. I wanted to keep my tire looking great and having great mileage.
The Nokian Tire is like that – it looks great, has great mileage, and is an even better tire once you add the ability to add on a tread modifier. But unlike my tires, it doesn’t use an axle with the tread strip cut away. Another great thing about it is that it features a built-in tire sealant, which prevents the tire itself from wearing out.
nokian tires are pretty slick because they go through the process of creating their own “tack” by cutting away the tread strip and adding on a tire sealant. The tire sealant is a special gel that creates a barrier between the tire and the earth below it. It keeps the tire from expanding and wearing out in the same way that a tire sealant does in a normal tire. It also helps the tire to last longer without the tire itself wearing down.
The nokian tire sealant is the same as a tire sealant. It’s a gel that’s just been made up of petroleum and water and has a special coating on top. It’s basically just a bit of rubber that’s been treated to be more slippery and slippery to the touch.
So the nokian tire sealant is basically like a rubber sealant, but with even more petroleum. Like I said, it’s just a bit of rubber that has been treated to be more slippery and slippery to the touch.
I’ve never been a fan of rubber sealants, not because I hate rubber, but because I hate the way the rubber gets stripped off the tire and left behind, so I don’t recommend it to anyone unless you’re really going to be using it to do some serious damage. Rubber sealants are a pain to put on the tires, and usually a bit messy when you’re trying to get it to work.
I recently started putting up a bunch of new tires with Nokian, and I think the result is going to be that I will never tire on a Nokian tire again. With rubber sealants, you basically need to be some kind of a rubber monster to get the job done. As an extreme example, I put on some really nice Nokian tires and put them on a car. I wasnt expecting to have them work, but they did.
Nokian is a brand I have been dying to get into for a long time. Even though I like Nokian tires, I have always found their rubber sealants to be a little too aggressive. I have a few ideas about what might make Nokian rubber sealants a little more approachable for me though, so I can actually make the tires last longer.
To get the rubber to stick to the road, your tires need to be set up to wear down the road as the rubber is worn down and becomes brittle. The amount of abuse that’s taken by them and their rubber sealant needs to be right. If you are going to do a fair amount of your driving on a flat surface, you need to have your tires set up for this.