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These are actually a pretty decent set of tires. They beat the Ecstas and Hankook Evos in head to head testing. Use befrugal for 6% rebate.

19's - 255/285 = $790-ish a set delivered
20's - 255/285 = $630-ish a set delivered

I'll be honest, if they had some 305 or 325's I'd give them a try. Also good if your trading in a car and need to throw some tires on.
 

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Tread Depot also has some Cooper Zeon RS3's. Also not a bad tire. They actually beat the BFGoodrich Sport Comp 2 in a magazine head to head test. If you have aftermarket wheels like me you can run 265/35 F, 325/30 R. This setup is just over $700 shipped.
 

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You are the rebate man! Awesome.

I've had two sets of the ZIIIs on my S2000. They are GREAT and have wonderful wet traction, for those rare times I'm caught in the rain with my S2000.
 

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I did, they're more expensive. Best to stay with TireRack and TreadDepot on these.
Wow, onlinetires.com has always been cheapest by a long shot on anything I've ever looked at.

I print out their stuff, and take into Discount and get them to match (or close)
 

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Wow, onlinetires.com has always been cheapest by a long shot on anything I've ever looked at.

I print out their stuff, and take into Discount and get them to match (or close)
I'm not showing anything on their site in our sizes that come close to these prices. I'm thinking seriously about those Coopers.
 
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