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Michael McD

Wanted parcel shelf for RX450H 2010

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Parcel shelf needed will swap 4 winter tyres ( little used) and genuine Lexus dog screen with fittings

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      May I trouble one of the experts for some advice please?

      Exactly 4 years I bought a set of 5 winter tyres for my IS 250. The car was new, and in error, I didn’t realise that the spare in the boot wasn’t a standard wheel/tyre as I’d had on previous cars.

      So anyway, I’ve had this unused spare for 4 years, and as I now need a new set of winter tyres I’m wondering if I can use the spare and just buy 3 to make up the numbers.

      I have read that tyres deteriorate with age, but should a 4 year old still be OK? It’s been sitting undisturbed in an indoor cellar for 4 years, kept cool and dry and in the dark for all that time. It’s a high quality Dunlop. Can’t recall the exact product but it was at the higher end of the range.

      Any thoughts?

      Thank you in advance.

      Fred
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      Sorry for asking two questions,
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