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Old 01-08-2004, 04:44 PM   #11
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I think this is the right place:

Consumers Tire 905-501-8473
335 Brunel Road,
Mississauga, ON
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My cousin got my tires done for me at the toronto location
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Thanks...gonna give em a call
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"I need new tires for my rims I am getting, I would like 235/55/VR or ZR17'*"

get some 17'*???

i still never got pics of mine with the 18'*, gotta wait till that white stuff melts now....
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Yes I'm putting Bonneville SSEi rims on my Aurora

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Cool Photpshop, looks good. The stock tires for those rims are Goodyear RSA'* and I personally think there not bad in the handeling department but they got NO GRIP.
When I had my Aurora I bought some Dunlop A2'* on and there were the ONLY tire rated double AA traction in 235/60/16 was very happy with them and stuck real good. also looked nice. For the SSEi now, don't know what I'll be getting next. Something real sticky, might keep stock RSA'* for winter only and eventually get some dedicated summer and snow tires. This is ideal since I won't be changing rims. I like my stock 17'* like jims p-shop job. Try to get an 01 rim, the middle will be all chrome, not have the gray center cap like in your picture.
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