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Old 07-01-2004, 09:58 AM   #11
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well, your best bet may be to check out tire rack then. you can compare many tires side-by-side and pick exactly what YOU want...
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Well I got my new tires. A funny thing happened on the way to the tire place......I hit a curb and had a blow out. I was pulling into the parking lot and my child was talking to me and distracting me and I hit the curb and POW. It is my payback for teasing him for his accident.

Back to the tires.... I got 4 Goodyear American Eagle 60,000 mile with lifetime rotation, balancing, flat repair/replacement and a 15 point oil change for the low, low price of $379.00 for everything. I went on a little roadtrip today and the car handles well. No road noise to speak of. I am a happy camper

Thanks for all the advice guys!! I didn't get my first choice of tires but I feel that these will meet my needs.
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Good Deal. Esp. the part about the lifetime rotation, balancing, flat repair/replacement. I buy my tires at Costco and I have used ALL of their services(tire rotation, balancing, flat repair/replacement) at least once a year. Just put the receipt in a safe place when it comes time that you need it.
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getting new tires is like total bliss!!!
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