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Thread: Tire comparison

  1. #16
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    Dec 2004

    Re: Tire comparison

    I work at a major test facility and the most used tires for the large luxury cars are Bridgestone Turanzas.

  2. #17
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    May 2006

    Re: Tire comparison

    I put the Michelin HydroEdge tire on all four corners, what a nice smooth ride for a 75k car. (2000 SLS)
    Those tires have such grip and control I have yet to have felt the ABS or seen the Traction Light come on in recent trips in the rain.
    My wheels are very slightly showing their age so vibes are not Rolls-Royce perfect. Very very negligible occasional woble in steering....smothest car I have owned by far. The dealer also sold the Goodyear tires said that he wouldn''t want to put them and the Caddy. Also said the Michelin tires sipping goes all the way down... said the Goodyears wouldn't/couldn't match the Mich. Hydoredge traction new or even come close with 60k on the tires. After 5000 miles I belive him. These tires are very good. Even for $701 all installed with 4-wheel alinement.

  3. #18
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    codewize is offline Cadillac Owners Master
    Automobile(s): 91 Brougham d'Elegance / 95 Fleetwood Broug/ 01 DTS / 11 CTS Lux
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Upstate NY

    Re: Tire comparison

    HydroEdge do not come in my size 235/55/17 Does anyone know anything about the Pirelli P-Zero Nero M&S.
    This is what I'm being told is a good replacement for the TripleTred. See my new rant here

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