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  1. Thanks logray, that was helpful......I guess I will try to use up my rear this summer :thumbup:
  2. Hi Guys, New member here...just got my 06 C2S couple of weeks ago.........Perhaps I've been driving all-wheel-drive car for too long.....but I am finding that I can easily break the traction of my rear tires in 1st or 2nd gear if I smash the throttle a bit......so I am wondering if my rear tires are due for replacement....The tires on the car now is Michelin Pilot Sports.....the front are brand new.....the rear have about 50% tread remaining but they came off the production line in 2008.....I am wondering if the rubber compound at the rear has degraded (over time) to a point where it is now
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