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    what are some good yet inexpensive tires

    what are some good yet inexpensive tires?
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    00 TA PWTR, 98 VertTA NBM
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    kumho or general . . get on tirerack.com

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    I don't know what size you are looking for but;

    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

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    get some vredesteins, they are reasonable and pretty damn good tires.

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    kumho ecsta spt 275/40/17 they are decent tires i like them on my z

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    a really good tire that will not break the bank is the Firestone fusion ZR's

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    all cheap tires are gonna be nice 'n hard for ya. before i'd look at specific cheapo brands, i'd look 'n see who runs buy 3 get 1 deals in your area (if at all). the buy 3 deals are popular now, and even if you have to buy a slightly more expensive "name" tire, the free one more than compensates.

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    I have the Fuzion ZRi's on my WS6 and have been pretty happy with them.

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    Ive got the Fuzion ZRi's now but dont really like them they dont seem to grip to well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleLs1 View Post
    get some vredesteins, they are reasonable and pretty damn good tires.
    X2. They are an awesome tire. Good grip, and they don't make any road noise. They were designed for the autobahn

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    good for what? daily driving including rain? and what size are your wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwk93ta View Post
    I have the Fuzion ZRi's on my WS6 and have been pretty happy with them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Justin23454 View Post
    Ive got the Fuzion ZRi's now but dont really like them they dont seem to grip to well.
    The fusions did not grip as well as the coopers i had previous... but the mileage i have gotten out of the fusions have sold me on them, mostly this is because of the tire being made of a stiffer rubber, sacrifice a lil grip but for more mileage, but they still grip pretty well for what you pay for them, i paid more for the coopers and had to replace them literally 11k miles later...

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    Don't know if you have a discount tire in your area but you can get Falkens for about $105 a piece. The price will change depending on size. This was for 275/40/17. I like stores that have local service center for warranties and recalls. Discount tire has treated me well.

    http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/sea...75&ar=40&rd=17

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    bridgestone potenza re050a,a little pricey but worth the money!

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    I just ended up getting Yokohama avid H4S/V4S (dunno if that means anything) for christmas? Was a buy 3 get one fre deal.
    Last edited by Justin23454; 12-29-2008 at 08:44 AM.

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    they cost more then I was expecting them to spend on tires :O

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    $99 Sumitoma HTR Z http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....e1=yes&place=2
    Price varies from time-to-time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin23454 View Post
    I just ended up getting Yokohama avid H4S/V4S (dunno if that means anything) for christmas? Was a buy 3 get one fre deal.
    I have had those tires before. They held up very well with even tire wear. The H4S are H (130mph) speed rated tires and the V4S are V (149mph) speed rating. Same looking tire but different speed rating.

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    Sumitomo HTR+ had mine installed for 138 each and they are nice 275 40 17"

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    Quote Originally Posted by thearborbarber View Post
    I have had those tires before. They held up very well with even tire wear. The H4S are H (130mph) speed rated tires and the V4S are V (149mph) speed rating. Same looking tire but different speed rating.
    I got the V4S's

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