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Anyone have any tyre life info for 22" rims ?

Mine has Pirelli P-zero's but I've no idea of how many miles they have done.

Just looking for others mileage, then I can make an estimate.
 

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Anyone have any tyre life info for 22" rims ?

Mine has Pirelli P-zero's but I've no idea of how many miles they have done.

Just looking for others mileage, then I can make an estimate.
we got 28,000 out of ours albeit one was replaced at 10,000 due to an unrepairable puncture

Swapped out to PS4S, which are far better
 

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Tex, thanks for the info, I guess rim size does not make much difference to tyre wear then. I was getting approx 30K miles out of my BMW on 19" summer & 16" winter tyres. The current set are @ 3.5mm on the rears & 32K miles, so I assume they were changed at some point. Strangely the rears have 16 year dtes & the fronts are on 20year dates.

Thanks for the recommendation for the PS4S. I was never a fan of Michelin Tyres, so have not driven a car on them for years. But switched to them a few years back on 2 wheels & they are excellent, so might try them again.
 

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Just had a thought about this & worked out the tyre year codes. I suspect the rear 2016 year codes are the original front tyres, cycled to the rear & new 2020 year code fronts added. Which would explain the strange year codes.
 
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