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Paul
01-22-2001, 11:07 PM
I've got to replace my tires and am weeding through the various manufacturers and models. Does anybody have a preference on tires? I've heard good things about the the Michelin XGT V4, Michelin Pilot XGT V4, and the Pirelli P7000. Thanks.<br>

Mags
01-23-2001, 09:27 AM
Either Bridgestone S02 or Goodyear Eagle F1<br>Personally have Eagle F1's (225x45x16). A friend tells me the S02's wear weird and handling seems strange. But thats what they are supposed to do, Mixed compounds.<br>Scan the web for tyre tests, I found the S02's came out tops, F1's second.<p>Good luck!<p><br><i><br>I've got to replace my tires and am weeding through the various manufacturers and models. Does anybody have a preference on tires? I've heard good things about the the Michelin XGT V4, Michelin Pilot XGT V4, and the Pirelli P7000. Thanks.<p></i><br>

Anthony
01-23-2001, 12:18 PM
<i>They are great for the dry, but not sure how well in the wet. They were better than any Dunlops I've owned. Cheap too!<br>I've got to replace my tires and am weeding through the various manufacturers and models. Does anybody have a preference on tires? I've heard good things about the the Michelin XGT V4, Michelin Pilot XGT V4, and the Pirelli P7000. Thanks.<p></i><br>

Chris
01-23-2001, 03:24 PM
Are they stock wheels or are they aftermarket? There's a lot better tires out there for 16s and 17s than 15s it seems like.<p>Chris

Kevin
01-23-2001, 03:46 PM
They were on my car when I bought it and they don't have very good grip for fast driving. They do wear pretty good though.. Definitly wouldn't recommend them.<p>Kevin<br>89 ///M3

Paul
01-23-2001, 10:35 PM
They're the OEM stock 205/55-15's. <br>


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