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Old 17-01-20
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Originally Posted by nj swb View Post
Lately, I've been using a tread depth gauge to check the tread depth of all 5 tyres, across the face, and decide which tyre I want to go where.
Haha I actually did this last rotation as a matter on interest (on my Ranger, heavily loaded.

I rotate every 10k, my Toyo AT2 have now done 46,000km. Run the fronts at 38-40psi and rears at 48-50psi. All tyres have the following tread left:

Outside 7.5-8mm
Middle 8.5-9mm
Inside 8-8.5mm
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