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The new Paul03
09-12-2008, 10:37 AM
FP00119605H PAS Hero HR668 45.99
YP00319605H PAS HP259 45.99
TN15919605H PAS TBC Tempest Touring Plus HR 58.99
FK03919605H PAS Falken ZE-329 77.99
BS04319605H PAS B/Stone Potenza RE92 80.99
CG0091960587S PAS Conti Touring Contact AS 82.99
SU05519605T PAS Sumitomo Touring LST 97.99
YH16719605H PAS Yoko AS430 100.99
YH03719605T PAS Yoko Avid TRZ 104.99
GY06919605T PAS Gdyr Eagle RS-A 106.99
SU05319605H PAS Sumitomo Touring LSH 107.99
BF11919605HBL PAS BFG Traction T/A 111.99
MC03319605H PAS Mich Primacy MXV4 121.99
MC03319605V PAS Mich Primacy MXV4 145.99

09-12-2008, 10:51 AM
well are these going on your stockies? what size are you looking at? Do you want an all season, or do you have snow tires? I live on the PA/OH line, so I'd say we have the same climate. Just bought new tires and did hours of reading, so I can help, but need more info.

09-12-2008, 11:04 AM
Im also looking for a set of all season tires for the stockies. Any input would be appreciated.

09-12-2008, 11:10 AM
from that list, all i can offer is i had the potenzas on my 98 prelude, and they did pretty well in both rain, snow, and summer time. I went with falken ziex 912s for my stock size. they're ok for 45 bucks a piece. If you're staying stock, i'd go with 205/55-15, they cost a little more but you get more rubber on the ground. I hear they suck balls in the snow, so if you live in ohio, get some snow tires, if you live in cali do a little dance because you don't have to deal with snow, you get CARB laws to keep you down.

09-12-2008, 11:59 AM
if you live in ohio, get some snow tires, if you live in cali do a little dance because you don't have to deal with snow, you get CARB laws to keep you down.

And if you live in Georgia, throw a party, buy the best high performance summer tires you can afford, and laugh at the guys who get fined for not having catalytic converters.

09-12-2008, 12:04 PM
haha, my home county in PA has pretty strict laws, not cali strict, but up there. I passed emissions with a test pipe. Beat ass inpsection stations ftw.

09-12-2008, 12:47 PM
I've been running the Yok Avid H4S's for a couple of cycles now and been pretty happy with them, for DD needs.
Tread life is a big thing for me, since I don't see the point in putting crazy-ass super-high-performance tires on a DD when you'll just have to replace them in less than a year! :thumbd:
The Avids have been a pretty good compromise...good wet/dry grip while cornering, not prone to hydroplaning on the highways, and they last a good 50k-60k miles, which is great.
Running 195/60or65/15's currently, and will continue running these when I bump up to the 16x7 wheels next time around.

09-12-2008, 07:38 PM
the mich Primacy MXV4 are going to do very well in the snow because of the siping in the read.. plus it has the feature of full depth siping (which most tire do NOT have) which lets you get the most out of the tire.. for all season tire, i'd go with the mich. you will have to pay more up front, but they will last longer. i believe the warranty on them is 60,000 miles.. so even mich themselves expects them to last that long..