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      02-22-2013, 03:43 PM   #1
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Front Potenzas at 4/32

SA says wait a little longer to
change. I just changed both rears with
flats a week ago.
Shoulda' done the fronts, right?
No ware bars, but getting louder.
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With only 4/32", I'd replace the fronts as well, especially if you get a lot of rain in your area.

But I would carefully price shop at Tire Rack and local tire shops before buying from a dealer.

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With only 4/32", I'd replace the fronts as well, especially if you get a lot of rain in your area.

But I would carefully price shop at Tire Rack and local tire shops before buying from a dealer.

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Thx for the response. Will schedule this week.
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With only 4/32", I'd replace the fronts as well, especially if you get a lot of rain in your area.

But I would carefully price shop at Tire Rack and local tire shops before buying from a dealer.

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+1. Tires begin to lose much of their hydroplaning resistance and wet traction below 4/32nds tread depth.

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