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Old 07-26-2012, 10:42 PM   #1
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I'm buying some new wheels and I'm looking to find a tire that is decently quite but is glued to the road in moderate conditions. Can anyone tell me a good tire to look at or a certain company? If so, thanks. Tire size: 225/45R17
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I'm buying some new wheels and I'm looking to find a tire that is decently quite but is glued to the road in moderate conditions. Can anyone tell me a good tire to look at or a certain company? If so, thanks. Tire size: 225/45R17
I'm running Goodyear Eagle GT and I love them
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Goodyear eagle f1 are really good tires too. I get great grip even in the rain-well for a mustang. Lol.
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Goodyear tend to separate and form bubbles on the sidewall. If you get warranty on them then your fine. But I would advise nitto 555 extreme performance or Michelin pilot sport a/s
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Goodyear tend to separate and form bubbles on the sidewall. If you get warranty on them then your fine. But I would advise nitto 555 extreme performance or Michelin pilot sport a/s
I completely agree with the nitto 555 extreme's. They are so sticky its not funny.
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