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Old 08-22-2006, 09:45 AM   #11
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The BF Goodrich Precept Touring are good tires. I have them on my Cutlass. They were rated for 80K miles; I've had them for at least 60K and they have plenty of tread left yet.
I put these on my fathers grand prix for him as a Christmas gift last year and he loves them, 20K on them and no wear at all. The price was right too!
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For a little over 4 bills in most places (Sams club is a great place, even with the membership it'* cheaper there normally) you can step into some BF Goodrich Traction T/A'*. 70,000 mile treadlife w/ warranty, one of the best tires @ stopping in the wet, and slippery winter conditions. They do have directional treads, but any half decent tire place has lifetime rotations, are very quiet, and have good holding in dry (still only an all season, not a sport tire).

In all honesty all seasons are definetly between sport tires and winter tires. You'll get enough traction in winter, but it'* nothing to write home about, and you're not getting massive grip in the dry, but they'll always stick more then necessary to get around town.
I agree, they are very good tires.

I have the goodyear triple a'* now. I think that they are a good tire but not quite my BFG TA'*
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