Mastercraft Tires Sale through Nov 15, 2015

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Get Up a $60 Visa Prepaid Card when you buy a new set of
four qualifying Mastercraft tires.

  • $60.00 Visa card with the purchase of 4 tires
  • FREE Mounting & Balancing
  • FREE Alignment Check
  • FREE Nitrofill Nitrogen tire fill

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Mastercraft Tires

Mastercraft tires are renowned for their world class tires. They offer the best in the industry, no matter what your requirement is. Their tires are exclusively designed to fit cars and trucks perfectly. If there is one brand of tires which you can choose blind folded, it is definitely Mastercraft tires. These tires are specially suited for different terrains in all weather conditions. Experience, durability and stylish designs are the key to success.

With winter approaching, it’s important to have tires that will perform safely in slippery conditions. Mastercraft has 2 lines of excellent winter tires.

Glacier-Grip II: The Glacier-Grip II is a premium studdable winter passenger tire. This design is for drivers looking for excellent traction on snow and ice without scarificing performance in dry or all-weather conditions. The intricate tread pattern balances winter traction and a smooth, quiet ride. The deep lateral and notched circumferential grooves provide excellent evacuation of water and slush from the tread contact patch.

Courser MSR: The Courser MSR is a premium winter light truck tire and SUV designed for drivers seeking excellent traction on snow or ice. Mastercraft snow tires are pinned for studs where studded tires are not prohibited by state laws. Provides biting edges for excellent snow and ice traction without reducing element stiffness. Enhances the retention of snow in the outer circumferential grooves to capitalize on the higher traction characteristics of snow on snow versus snow on rubber.


Recover From a Skid – Skids can even happen to the most cautious drivers. If your car does skid, remember not to slam on the brakes, and do not pump the brakes if you have an anti-lock braking system (ABS). Instead apply pressure to the brakes in a firm manner and steer the car in the direction of the skid.

Keep a Safe Distance – It takes about three times longer to break on wet roads than on dry roads. Since more distance is required to brake, it is important not to tailgate. Keep more than two car lengths between you and the vehicle in front of you.

Recover from Hydroplaning – When it rains, water creates a barrier between the road and your tires. The liquid film that forms can cause you to lose traction and glide or hydroplane across the water’s surface. If this happens, do not brake. It is better to take your foot off the gas, hold the steering wheel in place, and lightly apply the brakes. If you have a manual transmission, push in the clutch and let the car slow down on its own.

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