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    Just went and bought a 2011 tank L60 with an upgraded suspension seat to add to my tank48 setup. While I was there I remembered I needed some new tires for the 48 because it has been slipping all around and cant hold a hill.. First glance at the tires, tread is still there although these tires seem to not come with much anyway. Here's the problem The tires are completely worn out on the inside maybe two rows of tread, on both sides looks the same, BALD there but plenty of tread of the other 90% of the tire, it seems the mower has a lot of pressure right on these spots. Is there an adjustment to get this a little more flat or is this a problem with air pressure maybe? I keep it at the recommended level but should I maybe flip them around and wear out the other side. I paid $300 for two new tires which is pretty terrible so I want to hang on to them if I can for when something major happens to these if there is something I can do with these old ones.
    2008 F-350, 2006 rzt50 23kH, 2010 tank m48 with 25kH, 16x8 vnose car hauler, echo edgers and weedeaters.

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    Does this diagram help at all when it comes to reading your tire wear?

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