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Here's what Hoosier says. (Don't know how well this works, haven't bought a set of SM6s yet)
http://www.hoosierti...-In%20Procedure

(Condensed pdf version here http://mazdaracers.c...tegory/6-tires/)

Thanks Toby !

Jeff Gruter

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Hatzel & Buehler Electrical Construction - IBEW


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Thanks Toby !


Add to this - after you do your "heat cycle run", if possible ( really try to do this) take the tires off the car and cover them with some sort of heavy blanket, sleeping bag, thermal blanket etc. and let the tires cool gradually to ambient temps......slowly is the key. The longer they sit (we're talking days here, preferably not hours) the better.
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  • Location:Long Island NY
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  • Car Year:1999
  • Car Number:48

Add to this - after you do your "heat cycle run", if possible ( really try to do this) take the tires off the car and cover them with sub sort of heavy blanket, sleeping bag, thermal blanket etc. and let the tires cool gradually to ambient temps......slowly is the key. The longer they sit (we're talking days here, preferably not hours) the better.

Thanks Phil. Be calling you soon !

Jeff Gruter

Excell Motorsports

Paramount Tool & Equiptment http://www.ptetool.com/

Hatzel & Buehler Electrical Construction - IBEW





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