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Old 06-02-2010, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by joutcelt View Post
So u have had ur mustang for 30,000 miles and just now got an oil change im hoping that was for the tranny not the engine b/c u should have had atleast 4 changes by now if not more

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Originally Posted by Signify View Post
has anyone here driven more than 35K on there same tires??
I've managed to a couple of times (and will probably get more than 40k out of the OE KDWS if I don't upgrade before then).

But I don't ever count on getting more than about 30k.

There are times when tire grip becomes more important than anything else, about once or twice per tire set's life. I figure it'd be too late to wish I'd chosen differently if I put long treadlife tires on, and replacing tires is still cheaper than fixing sheetmetal/replacing radiators/etc.

No burnouts/drifting/racing here either, but quite a bit of fairly hard cornering and late braking.


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