Having to constantly replace 2015 K900 rear tires
Anyone else having an issue with having to constantly replace K900 rear tires?
Just wondering if this is a common issue.
I purchased my '15 K900 in June 2019 with 42k miles. The place I bought it from put on 4 new OEM tires. In March 2020, I had to replace the rears. They were pretty bad. Wires sticking out of tires.
Between March-Nov 2020, I worked from home, and maybe put on only 5000 miles, mostly city. In Nov 2020, had to replace the rears again (Wires sticking out of tires). Between Nov 2020 and now (early Feb 2021), I put on, maybe 2000 miles, mostly city. Had to replace the rears AGAIN (both tires balding in the middle of the tire).
This is crazy. I had a tire shop tell me last year this is just how it is with staggered size tires, that some people have to replace tires every few months. I understand the rears in staggered sizes wear faster, but I'm not buying it.
Just now my car was at my trusted shop and I explained the issue and had them look over suspension, and they couldn't find anything wrong with it, so it's (apparently) not a suspension issue causing the tires to wear out fast. I said maybe the shocks need replacing, but they said no everything looks fine suspension wise.
Anyone have any ideas why I can't even get a few thousand miles before my rear tires go to **** and need replacement? Is this something I have to live with? The thing is, I don't see anyone on these forums complaining about constantly having to replace K900 tires, so that makes me think the whole thing about "staggered sizes might mean you have change rear tires every 2-3 months" is just BS.
I'm seriously considering selling this car now, but I'd hate to have to do that because I love the K900 otherwise. But I can't keep dropping $400-500 every few months to replace the rear tires, I'm getting sick of it.