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I'm getting ready to change my road-worn tires on my '97, and thought I'd ask if anyone has a favorite brand that always performs well on this car. I've read good things about Bridgestones (currently on the front - Goodyear and Yokohama on the back from a previous owner). I'd appreciate any recommendations.
 

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TomCat said:
I'm getting ready to change my road-worn tires on my '97, and thought I'd ask if anyone has a favorite brand that always performs well on this car. I've read good things about Bridgestones (currently on the front - Goodyear and Yokohama on the back from a previous owner). I'd appreciate any recommendations.

Sumitomo HTR Z II. Inexpensive, nice handling and NOT noisy like Kumho or
the cheap Dunlop Sports.
 

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Anything as long as it's not Michelin. It was their tyres that ruined the US GP at Indy and screwed so many fans out of a great race.
Might be a lame reason but I will never buy any of their tyres.

Signed
A life time F1 fan
FORZA FERRARI
 

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We have Kumhos on our Catera and I don't find them noisy at all. As far as wear goes, they seem pretty decent. They ride and handle well too for such a low priced tire. I've got about 13k on them and it looks like I'll have to replace them at around 20k. That doesn't sound like a lot, but that's been my experience with low profile perfomance type tires on other cars as well. I've had Good Year too. They are good tires but for the price they are way over rated. I'll probably buy either Kumhos again or Continentals. I'm using a brand on my Suburban called National (http://www.nationaltire.com) that have have been the best light truck tire I have ever owned. I may check our thier performace tires for the Cat.
 
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