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Regroover blades SIZES 1-6

How to Regroove a Tyre

Tyre cutting and regrooving tools are essential for any tyre professional and should be present in every garage and automotive workshop.


Cutting into a tyre’s existing grooves improves its grip. This can extend the lifespan of a tyre by up to 20%, which means huge savings on replacement costs. It’s important to leave 2-3mm of tread after cutting to maintain the integrity of the tyre.

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