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I got a nail in the INNER sidewall couple days ago :mad: and needed to get it replaced today. Unfortunately they didnt have the same tread as the stock 19"s and I ended up getting dunlop direzza 245/40R19 94W put on the passenger rear.
http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fi...yr=2010&pc=29363&cf=false&vid=017088&sw=false

im planning on replacing it to the correct tread asap, but how bad is this for my tc, tranny, lsd, and how dangerous is this for rain? ( i know its not optimal)

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fi...yr=2010&pc=25957&cf=false&vid=017088&sw=false
wow! $314 for oem tires.

hankook v12
http://www.discounttiredirect.com/d...c=11399&counter=6&ar=40&rd=19&sw=false&cs=225

would it be ok to replace just the two rears with these? i have 12k with light to mid driving.
 

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Seeing as how you already have a brand new dunlop on the rear, just get another one for the other side. It's not going to cause any problems having 2 different makes of tires on the car, front and back.
 

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Yeah, as long as you match up across the same axle you're all set.
 

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As stated, you want the same tread diameter on the rear both sides. If you put 500+ miles on the new tire then buy a new tire for the other side, you're basically driving in a perpetual circle with one tire spinning faster than the other. Long term it's not good on your diff.
 
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