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Old 09-21-2013, 08:38 AM

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Tire question

I put this in the wheel and tire section and got no responses, so I figured I would try here

Tire question
I've got an 08 f250 fx4 ccsb with dick cepek FC-2 305/55r20. I got into an accident on wet pavement a few weeks ago. In addition to the damage, the back passenger tire is being replaced because of a cut in the lugs. The tires have approx 11,000 miles on them. If I had to guess they're roughy 1/3 worn. Is that enough difference to be concerned with having the new tire on the back with the old tire or should I replace both rears so they're the same height?
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Old 09-21-2013, 08:51 AM
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if it has a limited slip replace both rear tires, if its open diff it won't matter, if the fronts are good rotate them back and put the new one on the front,

11k shouldn't be bad just measure tread depth on new vs old
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