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We have a flat on an AWD ford . Do we need to replace all 4 tires

The flat is damaged beyond repair. the side wall is ripped

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Hello;
You will need to replace the tire with the same size tire. It should be the same brand as the other tires. I suggest that if your other tires are marginal, replace all four tires. You do want to keep the circumference of each tire the same. Hope this helps.
Thanks;
Rich
RPM Northwest

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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