do you think its ok to drive on this for a few more miles?
tire: Kumho Ecsta MX 275/35zr/18 95y
i think i was able to get about 10,000 miles out of them. :frown:
I agree that there is an alignment issue - not because of the mileage, but because of the wear pattern. Tires should wear evenly across the tread. They shouldn't wear only on one shoulder. (Except sometimes at the track, when the track has mostly turns in one direction.)Yellow Rose said:You have a bad alignment issue, because I used to get 10-12,000 miles (no BS) out of my rears, and double that in the fronts.
Pirana said:Jones, yours look like overinflated....just my opinion.
nsxtasy said:That is not the problem here. Overinflated tires normally wear faster in the center of the tread than along the edges. (Similarly, underinflation manifests itself as more rapid wear along both edges than in the center.) The problem here is a tire that has worn much, much faster along one particular edge, not in the center and not along both edges. That usually reflects an alignment problem.
doesn't sound too smart... not something I would brag about.godspeed01 said:...... i think it still has a good 2000 miles on it
had my mr2 with the rear wheel showing metal wiring.... so it went through the normal rubber, the metal wire and worn off and down to the rubber underneeth.
Still put another 3000 miles on those babies after i saw wire
haha but thats a mr2 tho.... but i drove it hard.... but i bet the nsx eats tires faster.
I would not risk it with a NSX. We'll find out when my tires get down there