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OE P-Zero's 'cracking'

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Spenny
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2019/10/21 13:22:03 (permalink)

OE P-Zero's 'cracking'

I'm aware this has been a topic discussed before on some forums, but any quick advice would be much appreciated.
I have the original P-Zeros on my 2015 Cayman GTS and they have cracking on the edges.
Does anyone know whether Pirelli are still making any 'consideration' if I were to raise it with them.
 

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    Stylus981S
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    Re: OE P-Zero's 'cracking' 2019/11/05 12:02:54 (permalink)
    I had a courtesy call from Solihull Porsche 1 year after buying a 2014 Cayman S from them and said that I had just changed all the original tyres (P Zeros) after my MOT guy had found cracks all the way around in between the treads.  I had retained these and Porsche agreed to pick them up and send them to Pirelli for inspection.  I received a cheque for £208 as compensation as they were 5 years old and 50% worn. This was just over 3 months ago.  
    COD981
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    Re: OE P-Zero's 'cracking' 2019/11/05 12:28:18 (permalink)
    That's interesting I also have a 2014 cayman s with p zeros which have some cracking between the treads on the fronts, if it gets bad enough to change them I may see if I can get a similar offer thanks for posting 
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