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Old 09-26-2016, 12:51 PM   #43
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Running the factory Mich on my 2011 they look new, always fully garaged when not on the road. Mine only sees light about 45 days a yr.
Pressure pro system so always monitoring them in storage as well as on the road.
Planning to replace in another year or two probably with Toyo.

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Old 09-26-2016, 12:55 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by HHIDan View Post
I think it's a good strategy... I replaced my two front in 2012, just replaced the other 6 and in the process I rotated the 2012 in front to the tag.

My original plan was to do two every two years and always stick the newest in the front. At $600 each, it's easier to absorb!
Basically what I'm doing, but I replace the 4 drive axle tires at the same time.

Next year the two year old steer tires will be replaced with new, and they will replace 9 year old tag tires.

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10 years. Inspected annually. Replacing before next season. I would buy Goodyear to replace again.

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