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Well if I wasn't sure if I needed new tires before, I am now. I picked up a piece of someone's turn signal that left a nasty hole in my rear tire about 1/4 of an inch deep. It doesn't appear to be leaking any air but its just unsafe.

I'm running Dunlop qualifiers now. I was wondering if theres another tire thats a little cheaper. I know that buying online is cheapest but I need it for this sunday for a big ride with lots of twisties.
 

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If you are running Dunlop Sportmax, and that's all you want, I'm pretty sure that's about as inexpensive as you can go when it comes to tires.
 

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I might just suck it up and spend the extra money as long as the tire is better. I'm looking at the Pirelli DC3's. How are they? Will having the qualifier in front affect it at all?
 

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Diablo Corsa III's wear out quick on the street. Sticky street tire but... I'd change the tires out as a set but that's just me.
 

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what's the life on one of the corsa's
 
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