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What is cupping? (eom) (archive)

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Posted by Chris on April 30, 2000 at 20:07:45:

In Reply to: Re: all 4 tires cupping posted by Bob ///M3 on April 30, 2000 at 16:01:02:

: Pirelli's performance tires are known for their cupping problems. I've heard many people over the years complain about this. I don't know why they have this problem but obviously it must be in the way they are constructed.

: Personally, I can't imagine how they are able to continue to sell there performance tires with their long history of this problem.

: I'll bet if you changed to another brand of tire you're cupping problem will be history!

: You should post your question on the "tire rack forum". I'm sure the guys at Tire Rack will give you an honest (and educated) answer.

: Bob ///M3

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: : A while ago i noticed that my front tires were cupping on the inside edge of my p7000 supersports. Today i noticed that back tires are doing the same thing. Is this just a problem with these tires. Many people on the board seem to have complained about the same thing. I have had 2 alignments done at the dealership and the car is not lowered. If i switch to a different brand of tires will this fix this problem

: : Thanks




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