2001 Edition, October 10, 2001
Standard Guide for Preparing Artificially Worn Passenger and Light Truck Tires for Testing
Includes all amendments and changes through Reapproval Notice , 2015
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Description / Abstract:
This guide outlines the preparation of artificially worn tires
by tread rubber removal (cutting or grinding, or both) for
subsequent performance testing. The purpose is to permit the
preparation of test tires with a uniformly reduced tread groove
depth and tread geometry that will yield repeatable test results
while avoiding the time-consuming and costly over-the-road natural
wearing of tires.