Oh right the tracking out on the front caused the rears to wear in the same way although to a lesser extent due to them being under less load?
The dry weight i quoted was just the front end; my discs weigh 17.6kgs each alone.
no need to fib
An S6 has a maximum kerb weight of 1825kg, model dependent. (its the last time I believe what you say !)
2660kg load capacity - 1825kg dry weight = 835kg for passengers, towing, luggage and fuel.
Dry weight distribution is about 60%/40% front to back. More like 50/50 fully loaded with passengers
Your passengers have been downgraded from Americans to Germans.
I'm a 'big lad', weighing 120kg. 5 of me with 25kg of airport luggage each still doesn't take you over the max capacity of those tyres. (110kg left for the burgers and chips)
Maybe hitching the burger bar onto the towball to feed us all might take us over though
(and even then they're not going to just burst, there's a lot of torture and heat buildup they'll resist before we get them to burst)
You could just read the manual, I suppose, but in my case in the past I've been offered free tyres and tyres which were ridiculously cheap, just to take them. If I had just 'gone by the book' I would have been nervous about fitting them, but knowing that there is leeway, and exactly why it is there, allows you to be flexible and know you are still both legal and just as safe as you ever were.