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      12-03-2011, 05:49 PM   #1
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Cut it a little too close...

I know I've needed new tires for a while (rear with just over 10k miles on them), but just got around to getting them changed yesterday. This was the worse of the two:

BTW - I haven't done a single burnout with these tires, but did two track days (not much wear on back tires tho) and do a bit of spirited driving.
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      12-03-2011, 05:53 PM   #2
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Wow. Your tread life is into negative
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      12-03-2011, 06:08 PM   #3
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Wow. Please tell me that is not from everyday driving! Am I really going to need new tires at 10K?
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Uhhhh yeah, looks like those should've been swaped a few K miles ago.
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10K miles of what? Burnouts and drifts?
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      12-03-2011, 06:18 PM   #8
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Wow. Please tell me that is not from everyday driving! Am I really going to need new tires at 10K?
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Everyday driving, not a single burnout. That did include two track days, but I don't think that caused very much wear.
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Wow. Please tell me that is not from everyday driving! Am I really going to need new tires at 10K?
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I'm at 11k miles on my car and my 3rd full set of tires..........


but neither of my sets I drove to the ground. I sold them as they still had good life left though.
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      12-03-2011, 06:22 PM   #11
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10K miles of what? Burnouts and drifts?
No burnouts, two track days, and pretty agressive daily driving. I'm surprised they only lasted this long...I've done similar driving on other sports cars and they've lasted more in the 18k range.
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      12-03-2011, 06:25 PM   #12
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Gotta be from track days... I've gottten 16k from my ps2's
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What psi are you running? Looks like they could be overinflated a little to wear like that.
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Wow, that's just straight up dangerous. Don't neglect your tires people.
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What psi are you running? Looks like they could be overinflated a little to wear like that.
1... It had to be the track days; hoping anyways; otherwise, I've to replace mine very soon
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i refuse to believe that is normal wear..
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There is nothing NORMAL about that. That would be well over 20K probably way more of normal driving.
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I know I've needed new tires for a while (rear with just over 10k miles on them), but just got around to getting them changed yesterday. This was the worse of the two:
Meh, these tires have another 5K on them at a minimum.

Ouch! It does appear that these tires have been run overinflated. The wear is dead center as opposed to the outer edges of the tire (which I'd expect to see from aggressive cornering, etc). Do you keep an eye on your tire pressure?? If so, what are you running them at?
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Meh, these tires have another 5K on them at a minimum.

Ouch! It does appear that these tires have been run overinflated. The wear is dead center as opposed to the outer edges of the tire (which I'd expect to see from aggressive cornering, etc). Do you keep an eye on your tire pressure?? If so, what are you running them at?
Burnouts are the only thing that will cause that.
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      12-03-2011, 09:45 PM   #21
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Seems like a weird wear pattern for track day related wear (usually the outer shoulders will cord first). But wear can be quite quick on a track. I could cord a set of brand new street tires in a few hours on a track if that was the goal.
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      12-03-2011, 10:02 PM   #22
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I had more tread than that(2/32-3/32) and I had to drive on the highway on a very rainy day... it was kind of scary actually. I don't know what the hell you were thinking.
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