Originally Posted by sen10l
The question is related to clutching correctly, not to tires per se. I remember riding the clutch slightly last night in my other car because the car wouldn't move forward immediately (don't know why, but there wasn't any ice/snow), usually my foot is completely off the clutch as soon as I'm moving. Then it got me wondering how do you move really slowly in a manual rear wheel drive car?
Feathering... slowly engage let it roll...engage some more to increment speed.
What do I know though..I only got 112K out of a stock clutch with ~50 passes.