would like some suggestions on which tires to get for my brand new set of svt 6 spoke rims? and a pic if you got one.
Cheapest site I have found them on is www.discounttiredirect.com they come with new valve stems (pretty cheap for the chrome ones) and a certificate (12.oo for each tire) for FREE replacement if they get damaged and can not be repaired by stuff like nails, screw drivers, any sidewall damage.^you get these neogens from what site? tired of seeing these svt rims sittin in their boxes unopened cept one. and all i need to do is get rid of the old ones that the previous owner slightly damaged..
Yep, you heard the story correct! I had a couple of buddies of mine (that work at a shop) rave about the Yokohama Avid Touring tire, so I bought a set, $387 mounted & balanced. Never again! 35,000 miles later (about 6 months had past, I drive for a living) they were down to 2/32 tread depth, very disappointing after the hipe.With just less than 9000 miles on my 2007, I've had to replace a Yokohama because of a leak at the base of the stem. When I searched for Yokohama, I discovered a "horror story" site and now am concerned about the remaining three Yokohama on my car. Anyone with Yokohamas on their car?
Great choice your not going to regret it.I've spent the last like week doing a lot of research on tires, and both the Nitto and the Sumitomos mentioned in the this thread have been coming into my sights more and more. Based on reviews on Tires.com, I have decided to go with the Nittos ... The tread pattern is a little odd looking, but over the past week of looking at them online they've really grown on me. So I'm going to be getting them on like Friday. Granted, in 205/60R16 for my ZX3, with the total replacement certificate, its looking like 569 installed, but Discount Tire has a $25 coupon for FL residents, so that helps some.