How to Check and Age Your Classic Tyres

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Tyre rubber deteriorates over time, and should be replaced once it gets too old. Matt and Danny explain the dating system used on modern tyres.

For more helpful tips and techniques, be sure to check out our MGB Service Guide course.

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  1. Rod Stevenson
    Rod Stevenson

    I purchased a set of Brooklyn tyres 4yrs a go they were kept in their wraps and were installed on my MGB gt in March last year and have now did 1000miles they will be out of date in 5yrs Time if they are still free from cracks etc will they need to be changed?

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