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sheddy
    
When can I replace my worn out tires?
Do tires have a specific period of time before you can replace and get new ones, how long does it take before they become road unworthy?
posted: October 4, 2012
 
    
 
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kadzo
    
Tire wear and age start from the date of manufacture. Tires can deteriorate even when in storage. Replacement of your tires can be done at least every six years as recommended by NHTSA. This is regardless of the way you use them. You may replace tires using manufacturers such as http://4wheelonline.com/motorcycle/Pirelli Motorcycle Tires.169577
sources: http://4wheelonline.com
posted:  October 4, 2012
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