Why Not to Buy Low Profile Tires for Your Car

If you’re any sort of car enthusiast, no matter what branch of vehicle you ...

If you’re any sort of car enthusiast, no matter what branch of vehicle you strut off into, whether it’s a show car, a race car, or even an off-road machine, one of the things that everybody should stop and think about at one point or another, whether it be for looks or function, is the tire selection and how exactly the rubber underneath your ride is going to cooperate with what exactly it is that you want it to do. You don’t, after all, want to pick something for the wrong application that won’t fit your needs whether it be going faster looking good, right?

In this video, we catch up with another Scotty Kilmer production as he divulges upon his thoughts on what exactly running a set of low profile tires is all about. While, they might be popular and you might think they look cool, this kind of rubber doesn’t always come with an unlimited upside. Instead, what we find is that the way that they wear, the way that they protect your wheels, and a myriad of other factors might make you reconsider purchasing some rubber like this and instead, maybe choosing to get something a little bit beefier.

If you follow along down in the video below, you might just learn a couple of things about tires that you never would’ve even considered. When it comes to the different things that you’re going to do to your ride as an enthusiast, this might be one of the most important parts. After all, the only thing between you and sliding into a tree or guardrail might just be a good set of tires so make sure that you take your time to do a little bit of research and pick out the set that is best for you.


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