How many Miles are Rear Summer OEM Tires Lasting for Owners?

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  1. DaddyBarlow

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    I drive car everyday. I have fun with it. I was never a big "Tire Burn-out" type of guy.

    I'm just wondering how many miles people are getting from the stock Summer Tires before all the cords begin to start to show?
     
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    If you don't do any burn outs, you'll probably max at 17 - 20,000 miles with those tires. I base that on my previous experience with my 08 SRT Challenger. Although the 08 had Goodyear F1's and the Hellcat has Pirelli's, I'd bet that the characteristics are fairly similar. I'm not one to do burn outs either. If anyone asks, I either show them Ralph's burnout at Carlise on my phone or refer them to Google.
     
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    No way thos summer tires are going to last that long. I'm guessing about 7000 miles or so.
     
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    I have 25,000 km (15,000 miles) on my 275 PZeros
     
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    i'm waiting for the first one to post that they didn't make it home from the dealership. lol
     
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    2200mi
     
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    Picked up hellcat this weekend, with summer tires, need recommendation for all season tires.
     
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    Goin on 12K and there is still some tread left. Might be able to squeeze out 5K more if I'm lucky.
     
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    That's pretty good...from what I have seen, most "summer only" tires only last around 10K miles.

    When these tires get hot, they become very sticky and seem to wear at an unbelievable fast rate (when hot). Cooler tire temps seem to help keep lasting. I just think having 275's on a 4400lbs car is nuts. I bet some off these guys will be going through tires faster than they do gasoline...LOL!
     
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    The F1's on my '08 Chally went a little over 20k. These summer tires have the same 220 treadwear rating so I'm guessing about the same. It all depends on how abusive you are to the tires.
     
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    have the all seasons, going on 8,000 rotated at 6700, would guess over half of tread left
     
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    That's good for a Z tire
     
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    dealer noticed some cupping and suggested rotating.. hope they don't go south quick
     
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    Rotate every 5000 miles
     
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