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Just checked it on the way home.

27/26 on when I got in, and a steady 27 all the way home.

Interesting that the other tyres rose byt about 2/3 each on the journey home while the 'problem' one stayed steady at 27.

Posibly indicating a slow puncture?

I guess tomorrow morning will be the decider.

Wonder if it's worth getting the rear tyres replaced. They have about 3 or 4mm tread on them, but both are scuffed etc. on the wall. I always figured it's best to replace before the waer indicators, but is this too much?

Incidentally, is it actually worth repairing a tyre with 3 or 4mm on on or just go for the replacement if it's a slow puncture?
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