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Old 10-13-2004, 07:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for a good All season tire that has good tread life.

I live in California so I dont see much severe weather, in terms of snow and ice.

Any brand reccomendations?


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I have these sitting in my garage, they look nice. They were rated highest on tirerack and most everyone seems very happy with them. I havn't put them on yet, I should have a couple days ago because I got into a wreck today because my rear tires were bald, it was raining, and I slid into a curb. Destroyed the control arm and the axle U-joint, so it's undriveable. Bumper scraped the guardrail and the passenger side side airbag went off. Over 2-3 thousand or so bucks of damage at least. DUH.
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Old 10-13-2004, 08:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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pirelli tiers are gunna cost u an arm and leg... michelin, brigstone, falken.. they all make good tires...
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I have a set of BF Goodrich KDWS--at costco--and so far so good, but I've only had them 2K. My father runs the pirellis on his Benz e430 and they seem very responsive. Wish I'd gotten them, everyone seems to think they're the best. I've had some tramlining issues with my BFG's but that might just be the nature of hte car too. Get the Pirellis! :P
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Yeah I'm running the Pirelli P3000 Centuratos on there now, and I have been pretty happy with them overall,

Thanks for the info guys, I'll think I will stick with Pirelli
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Bridgestone Potenza G009s here. They're decent in the dry and wet but hopefully they're ok in the snow. As soon as the spring comes they're going up in smoke so i can get a new set of some cheap Kuhmos.
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