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Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, Tires in Cadillac V-Series Forums; I have the pirelli p zeros right now and they're worn out scrapola. Im looking for new tires. What do ...
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    DennySTSV is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Tires

    I have the pirelli p zeros right now and they're worn out scrapola. Im looking for new tires. What do you boys recommend? Michelin ss?

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    Re: Tires

    Most guys here run the Continentals. I ran the Nitto 555's on my 06 and thought they rode well and are American made. I'm in SoCal though and am pretty much always driving in dry conditions...

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    Re: Tires

    I use Hankook V12 Evo's and am on my second set. My first set lasted 30k and I was very happy with them.

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    Conti DWS here, but I get rain and snow. Not very sticky on dry pavement, but keeps the wheels from hopping (at the expense of wearing out the tires) during hard starts.

    Otherwise, good tires, and pretty quiet.

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    Re: Tires

    I'm selling a all most new set of toyo proxes tr1. They have less than 1500 miles on them they were on the car when I got it and I run Bfg our nitto on all my cars. But the toyos seem to do very good in dry and wet so far. New they are $1050 give our take. Make an offer.

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    Re: Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by carter's_sts View Post
    Conti DWS here, but I get rain and snow. Not very sticky on dry pavement, but keeps the wheels from hopping (at the expense of wearing out the tires) during hard starts.

    Otherwise, good tires, and pretty quiet.
    Exactly as I've experienced with the same tires.

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    Re: Tires

    i went with hankook v12 evo because of reviews. i'm not one to spend a lot of $$$ on tires so value wise they seemed pretty good.

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    Re: Tires

    Hankooks here too...Im in FLA, so no snow...BUT they are dicey in the rain...

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