Dime size gouge that goes through tread and into the cords...

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I noticed this on one tire tonight. Guessing it should be replaced. The rest of them are probably somewhere around 4/32 left. Replace them all? Or am I being overly cautious?
 
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You could always do 2 and put the older ones on the front. Apparently people do this because that is exactly what the previous owners of my truck did.
 
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I would use the chance to replace them all and make sure to check your spare. Then keep the good tires and sell them on crlst. I did that and ended up with the tires I wanted for way cheap minus the sell of the old tires. Then your ready to hit the road or trail for a while.
 

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You could always do 2 and put the older ones on the front. Apparently people do this because that is exactly what the previous owners of my truck did.

No, No, No. replace all 4, and if you have changed from the stock size replace the spare and add it into your rotation mix. The 100 is full time AWD and tires should be within 4/32 max of eachother. I'd prefer 2/32
 

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