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Old 27 Jul 2005, 03:23 pm
Chris G.
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I have a 2002 Civic with over 59,000 miles and is wondering if it is time to
change all 4 tires. All 4 tires are OEM. The front right tire has a screw
embedded into it. Should I patch up the front right tire or replace all 4?

Thanks in advance for the advice.


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Old 27 Jul 2005, 03:26 pm
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It might be time for some new ones...

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>I have a 2002 Civic with over 59,000 miles and is wondering if it is time
>to change all 4 tires. All 4 tires are OEM. The front right tire has a
>screw embedded into it. Should I patch up the front right tire or replace
>all 4?
>
> Thanks in advance for the advice.
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Old 27 Jul 2005, 04:36 pm
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Waiving the right to remain silent, "Chris G."
<nonone@nonewhere.123> said:

> I have a 2002 Civic with over 59,000 miles and is wondering if
> it is time to change all 4 tires. All 4 tires are OEM. The
> front right tire has a screw embedded into it. Should I patch
> up the front right tire or replace all 4?


Nah, just run them until they're bald and one blows out, causing you
to swerve onto a sidewalk and kill three or four pedestrians.

Geeze... Get some new tires..!

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Old 27 Jul 2005, 04:49 pm
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Chris G. wrote:
> I have a 2002 Civic with over 59,000 miles and is wondering if it is time to
> change all 4 tires. All 4 tires are OEM. The front right tire has a screw
> embedded into it. Should I patch up the front right tire or replace all 4?
>
> Thanks in advance for the advice.
>
>


At that mileage I would not spend money repairing a flat. Get yourself
four high quality new tires.

John
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