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    time for tires

    it's time for new summers/all seasons on our DD. 195-65-15's. we cheaped out last time and got some goodyears, as it's what we could afford at the time.

    what brand/model do people recommend for our car that gets 5-600km a week of 401 driving?

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    I've had excellent results with Goodyear Allegras on my customers tires. I am unimpressed by Coopers lately though - I put a set on a customers car 9 months ago and they're already starting to crack & getting noisy. Michelin tires are always a good all-around tire, and Toyo prices have come way down, although they're a softer tire and won't last quite as long (tradeoff for good traction).

    Tirerack.com has thousands of reviews.
    ....-Noltz
    '91 Frankenheep Edition. 4.0, 4" BDS, Richmond 8.8, 35" KM2's, Titan 12k, ... gone.
    '95 4Runner SR5. Air-Lift bags, OBA & 8K Winch, DD... gone.

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    Michelin HydroEdge

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