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Old 12-17-2002, 01:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What tires for stock rims?

I just bought my SI and it has stock rims ... The tires are pretty bald so I was wondering what are some good tires that fit on the stock rims?
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205/55/15, but 215/50 15 will fit from what I am told. I found that Kuhmo and Goodyear got the best ratings. Check tirerack for review and comparisions.
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i'd go for Yokohama AVS ES100's for good price for performance ratio... i think they're better than Yoko Paradas spec 2 and Kumho Ecsta 712's. Unless you wanna spend a lot for the Bridgestone S-03 pole positions....

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i'd go for Yokohama AVS ES100's for good price for performance ratio... i think they're better than Yoko Paradas spec 2 and Kumho Ecsta 712's. Unless you wanna spend a lot for the Bridgestone S-03 pole positions....

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I would buy the pole positions if they were all season.
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I will probably try the avs es100's then.. Ill just get two for now since my rears are still ok.
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If you need all-seasons performance tires I would suggest Dunlop SP5000s. How much snow do you get?
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Old 12-17-2002, 08:36 AM   #7 (permalink)
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moved to wheels & tires.
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