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Eric Wheeler

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Looking a these pictures, they are at 9/32 manufactured 2018 10 ply open country. Are they still good. Honest opinions please.
 

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I always replace before they get to the wear bars, unless it is summer. Then I would wait until just before winter for new tires. They are barely 4 years old so no issue on age-related stuff. Still getting around in the snow? I'd wait and get some more life out of them.
 

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I don't like the cracking between the treads, have you contacted the manufacturer? How many miles are on them, are you still under warranty? That is the route I would take.
 

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I don't like the cracking between the treads, have you contacted the manufacturer? How many miles are on them, are you still under warranty? That is the route I would take.
Im with Mac on the cracking. I would look at the warranty and reach out to manufacturer.

I had a tire come apart (shred) on the highway at a decent rate of speed and Don't want to experience that again.
 

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