Check your tread depth regularly with this handy tool.

Friday, June 4, 2010 by Tire Rack Team
A simple coin can check your tread depth, but the results—unless you know exactly what you're doing—can certainly vary. And the coin test is not meant to replace real measurements. Invest that loose change into a product that guarantees good results.

The Dill® Digital Tread Depth Gauge is only $19, and can be used to measure brake shoe and pad wear as well. Tread depth is displayed on an easy-to-read digital screen, and readings can be taken quickly and accurately whenever and wherever.

Click here to see all the air and tread depth gauges in Tire Rack's inventory of aftermarket accessories.

Comments on Check your tread depth regularly with this handy tool.

Sunday, June 6, 2010 by Drew:
Hi TireRack: I have a 2006 Honda Accord LX V6. I want to get Michelin tires for it. Almost every tire, including the 6 year/60,000 warranty model that I want has been shown as not available for weeks. Why is this? I would think Michelins would be readily available. The local tire guys are also unable to get them and I'm trying to stretch my current tires to get these.

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