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Tire has plenty of tread left. Probably a eighth of an inch deep cut in groove.


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Definitely looks repairable. You may even be able to get a hot piece of metal and melt the rubber together. But yea do not track with it.
 

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^^^^ I would not try that at home

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put a real patch (not plug) involves removing tire putting a patch inside the tire and re-balancing. Some tire shops will do this n/c even if you didn't buy it there
 

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Ok. Cool. I'll get it patched.



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I would keep it on the rear. I would rather have a blowout on a rear tire than a front one :)
 

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Discount Patches for free even if you didn't buy your tires there


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^^^^ I would not try that at home

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put a real patch (not plug) involves removing tire putting a patch inside the tire and re-balancing. Some tire shops will do this n/c even if you didn't buy it there
I think discount tire does

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I picked a huge piece of glass in our Nitto's. Plugged it and booted from inside. Tire man said he felt it was plenty safe. We do not track car either.
 
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