: Anyone Heard of Federal Tires



unclewigging
09-07-05, 07:16 PM
I need my second set of tires and I will NOT be getting run flats again this time and Discount tire suggested Federal SS95's and offered a set of 4 four 750.00 installed. I have never heard of them and dont want to make a mistake on tires. Does anyone have any input? What about putting a bigger tire on the back? I have stock wheels by the way and do not plan on changing them either.

Thanks in advance for the input.....http://cadillacforums.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_rolleyes.gif

Dave's V
09-07-05, 07:42 PM
I haven't heard Federal tires for a while. I forgot who makes them. I probably wouldn't buy them for my V.

CVP33
09-07-05, 07:54 PM
I need my second set of tires and I will NOT be getting run flats again this time and Discount tire suggested Federal SS95's and offered a set of 4 four 750.00 installed. I have never heard of them and dont want to make a mistake on tires. Does anyone have any input? What about putting a bigger tire on the back? I have stock wheels by the way and do not plan on changing them either.

Thanks in advance for the input.....http://cadillacforums.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_rolleyes.gif

They are about $500 bucks for a set. That leaves $250 for installation. That sound a little steep to me. And they are Traction A and Temp. A. Not exactly in a league with the others. I'm going cheap too, but sticking to Falkens.

https://www.tiresavings.com/tireShop.php?action=findCombined

unclewigging
09-08-05, 02:28 AM
Thanks. I think I will look for the Toyo's someone suggested or the BFG's. Anything but run flats....