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TSbrapa?
post Jun 11 2019, 04:18 PM, updated 2w ago

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pitting & cracking near the edges
both front tires only like this

all mekanics have different explanations :
- bcos road is rough
- bcos alignment run
- bcos tire pressure too high

or issit i cornering too aggressive ?

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abu.shofwan
post Jun 11 2019, 04:29 PM

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Kinda feel it's heat related... How old are your tyres? Do you use your car much or mostly car is baking under the sun only?
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post Jun 11 2019, 04:45 PM

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Looks like aging tyre
TSbrapa?
post Jun 11 2019, 04:56 PM

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QUOTE(abu.shofwan @ Jun 11 2019, 04:29 PM)
Kinda feel it's heat related... How old are your tyres? Do you use your car much or mostly car is baking under the sun only?
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its 2years already
130km
i go out a lot but otherwise park in covered parking at home

QUOTE(amscouzach57 @ Jun 11 2019, 04:45 PM)
Looks like aging tyre
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only the front affected
i switched it to back
see the new front tires same effect onot
Cruxs
post Jun 11 2019, 05:00 PM

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Hard rubber. Aggressive driving also the factor
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post Jun 11 2019, 05:06 PM

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QUOTE(brapa? @ Jun 11 2019, 04:56 PM)
its 2years already
130km
i go out a lot but otherwise park in covered parking at home
only the front affected
i switched it to back
see the new front tires same effect onot
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Don't bother switching it. Cracks in the tread itself are not hugely distressing in terms of tire failure but will result in less traction.

However, tyres with less worn tread must be fitted at the back, this is to maintain traction & stability especially during driving under wet conditions.

My advise is:
1. throw away the worn tyres in the front
2. bring your rear tyres to the front
3. Buy a pair of new tyres & fit them at the rear.

This post has been edited by amscouzach57: Jun 11 2019, 05:06 PM
TSbrapa?
post Jun 11 2019, 05:59 PM

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QUOTE(Cruxs @ Jun 11 2019, 05:00 PM)
Hard rubber. Aggressive driving also the factor
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ya, i feel the tire is not comfortable also
u r right, i drive a sampan suv but like to corner hard biggrin.gif

QUOTE(amscouzach57 @ Jun 11 2019, 05:06 PM)
Don't bother switching it. Cracks in the tread itself are not hugely distressing in terms of tire failure but will result in less traction.

However, tyres with less worn tread must be fitted at the back, this is to maintain traction & stability especially during driving under wet conditions.

My advise is:
1. throw away the worn tyres in the front
2. bring your rear tyres to the front
3. Buy a pair of new tyres & fit them at the rear.
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i guess will change those 2 cracked ones then
better for my peace of mind haha
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post Jun 11 2019, 07:43 PM

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Stupid tire compound. my old CC5 was like that too. I couldn't tahan and changed it after 2yrs of 20k km.
It's more of agressive driving and bad roads. Can be used. But you will be annoyed. Change it to different brand/model if you have the funds

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abu.shofwan
post Jun 11 2019, 07:59 PM

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QUOTE(brapa? @ Jun 11 2019, 04:56 PM)
its 2years already
130km
i go out a lot but otherwise park in covered parking at home
only the front affected
i switched it to back
see the new front tires same effect onot
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You mean, 2 years used by you... Right? Check the codes on the tyres, when was it manufactured - for actual tyre age. May be different for each tyre.
6UE5T
post Jun 11 2019, 09:20 PM

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QUOTE(brapa? @ Jun 11 2019, 04:18 PM)
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pitting & cracking near the edges
both front tires only like this

all mekanics have different explanations :
- bcos road is rough
- bcos alignment run
- bcos tire pressure too high

or issit i cornering too aggressive ?

:confused:
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It's because you like to corner more aggressively and the compound cannot take it as much. There are many tires like this, even some of the best ones like Michelin PS3/4 and Goodyear F1D5.
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post Jun 12 2019, 09:15 AM

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QUOTE(brapa? @ Jun 11 2019, 04:18 PM)
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pitting & cracking near the edges
both front tires only like this

all mekanics have different explanations :
- bcos road is rough
- bcos alignment run
- bcos tire pressure too high

or issit i cornering too aggressive ?

confused.gif
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It looks more like rubber stretched until it tore at the block edges, in other words as if it was pushed hard in the corners.

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post Jun 12 2019, 09:30 AM

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You could send the picture to the tyre manufacturer and seek advice.

Bet they can tell you more.
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post Jun 12 2019, 01:02 PM

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QUOTE(6UE5T @ Jun 11 2019, 09:20 PM)
It's because you like to corner more aggressively and the compound cannot take it as much. There are many tires like this, even some of the best ones like Michelin PS3/4 and Goodyear F1D5.
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post Jun 12 2019, 01:14 PM

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QUOTE(amscouzach57 @ Jun 11 2019, 05:06 PM)
Don't bother switching it. Cracks in the tread itself are not hugely distressing in terms of tire failure but will result in less traction.

However, tyres with less worn tread must be fitted at the back, this is to maintain traction & stability especially during driving under wet conditions.

My advise is:
1. throw away the worn tyres in the front
2. bring your rear tyres to the front
3. Buy a pair of new tyres & fit them at the rear.
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I thought good tyre should be at the front?
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post Jun 12 2019, 10:37 PM

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QUOTE(WaCKy-Angel @ Jun 12 2019, 01:14 PM)
I thought good tyre should be at the front?
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That is a common misconception



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