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Tire Time

nodle

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Staff member
#1
Yes its that time of the year again. It falls every 3-4 years when you must purchase tires for your vehicles. Thinking about going with the same type though. I have gone through 2 sets of Nokians and have loved them. The downside they are expensive and are only a 30-35k tires. But they are the best you can get in winter without going to studs. Thinking of just going with the same all season Toyos that had I had last time. They remained soft and I had no problems with them. I did like the Firestones that @jmanz had put on his wife's vehicle though. They were nice looking tires.
 

jmanz

I bought you the sims
#2
The Firestone Destination line has serves us well. We have over 30k on the Destination LE's and they are still holding up well. I liked the AT's as well. Had them on the former pickup before trading it off.
 

nodle

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#3
Went with Toyo Extensia A/S for my car again. I ran with them last time and they were good. For our other vehicle I has Nokian Wrg3s put on.
 

nodle

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#4
So thinking about getting some new tires for our Subaru. This time I am thinking about going with a more 'off-road' tire. The downside is they normally come with more noise. But they looks so dam good on an Outback.

 

nodle

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Staff member
#5
I went to the tire place after work and spoke to guy, they actually have the same tires in the picture above. in 16". I have 17" rims right now, so I would need an aftermarket rims set, but it would give me a taller sidewall. Plus they are 8ply, so I would be set for off road. My only main concern is road noise but all the reviews say that it is minimal for such a aggressive tire.
 
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