I'm agreeing with Hokie on all accounts;
1) You should have put this in the build tread, not the lounge area
2) You need to know if your tires are directional or not. If they are, and I'm assuming they are, since it's a SS, you don't need to rotate the tires at all. It's very difficult to tell by your pictures..
3) If the inner side of your tire is wearing out faster than the outer, you definitely need an alignment done. If your car is within specified limits, the tires should wear evenly, if they are inflated properly.
4) For tire reviews, instead of asking members here, I'd go to Tire Rack and simply look at the feedback and ratings there. That's what I do, and then I compare tires. Then I simply use Google to find the best deal, cheapest place to buy them. It's really not that difficult.
long time no hear.. glad to hear from you..
haha.. I could not change.. the location of my thread.. I'm not a MOD so a MOD would have to do that kind of stuff.. I guess I could of deleted.. it and started fresh
Also the owners manual, does not state the tiers are directional.. and no where on the tier does it point to them being a directional tier..
I know I need a alinement done if the tier is wearing on one side more than another..
I also know, that all the tiers need to be inflated to their correct specks in order for them to wear properly.. never seen tiers.. change in pressure this much.. like 5 pounds or more.. in normal driving conditions.. maybe one or two pounds of pressure
Well, it's now in the build thread
1. You still have the staggered rims and oem Pirelli's you don't rotate them or swap sides.
2. Appears you may need an alignment since your inner tread is wearing out faster than the rest of the tire.
3. As for the pressure readout....I go by what my trusty tire pressure gauge in my garage tells me when I check it. Was told tpms is never 100% accurate anyway, always going to be a couple psi off.....Mine are. I always make sure they all read and the pressure goes up as they warm up.
4. And for replacements tires, I too would recommend checking out tire rack read the reviews, and ratings etc...as mentioned earlier.
ThX much Nancy..
I was only asking what others have noticed on theirs.. & what they recommend., I know I need a alinement, figured.. I'd be better off waiting.. til I get new tiers.. because..it will most likely need another one if I didn't.. and got new tiers later, when its time to replace them as to much tier is off now and I feel a alinement is to late at this point.. til I replace the old tiers.
I knew from my 68.. once tiers heat up.. they expand and theirs more pressure.. but at a much greater rate and much more faster, when on the track.. vs normal driving.. witch the tiers would or should only increase in pressure.. like a few pounds.. I would think, not greatly.. like 5 or more psi..
I've thought of looking at them.. the tier rack.. tho the shops around here are not bad and they do free tier repairs and other stuff.. you cant get online places to offer any ways.. and if the prices are close.. and the other stuff are not much different in price w/the tiers.. its almost a better way to go IMO
ThX everyone for the great advice..
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