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Old 09-13-2014, 05:09 PM   #1
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I know it's time but but I'd rather buy new tires in the spring since it will be just sitting for the winter. This is a rear dual and the only one that has seemed to have cracked. They are Goodyear G670 295/80r 22.5 dated 02/06. Goodyears and mich xza2 are within $50.00 a tire apart. Quoted full set out the door a little less than $5,000. So my question is how bad does look.Click image for larger version

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For me, it depends on how deep they go. If they are just surface cracks and I was not going to travel too far this winter, I'd wait. If they go deep, they are done, IMHO.
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Michelin says that cracks less than 1/32" are no cause for concern. Up to 1/16" is cause for an internal inspection, but anything over that is replacement time.
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Dot in N.Y. Says any crack that shows cord is illegal. Those cracks are good to go but should be watched.
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Hi Tha_Rooster,
Consider checking out the FMCA Michelin Advantage tire program. The FMCA program has your tire for $638.53 (tire price). Go to Michelin Sidewall Cracking Chart - iRV2.com RV Photo Gallery and take a look/download the Michelin tire cracking chart.
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