I just got 4 Bridgestone Turanza's today. I don't know if they work too well because ALL OF A SUDDEN my engine is recording misfires. Things that make you go HMMMMMMM.Eldo1953 said:Let's check out the tire board... moved.
The Tire Rack has a great website...you just put in the year and make/model, and they show you everything that fits (of the tires they carry, which is quite a few).01STS said:Nice gremlin you got with those tires. hehehe
I guess it is too soon to see if you have any better traction over the old Goodyears.
Has any one tried Michelins? What are my options for the stock 17" rims?
01STS said:The tires on my '01 STS are in dire need of replacement. I have the stock 17" Goodyears on now and they suck. I am interested in knowing what options there are and your feedback if you have tried them. Any information would be helpful.
Hey beefcurtain (funny name) do you have any roast beef to go with that.Beefcurtains said:I just purchased a set of Kumho's ECSTA KH11's for $59 a piece off of the tirerack. I replaced the goodyears with these and what a difference! The car actually feels like a sports car now! I can finally take turns with confidence and the ride is amazing! Plus for $59 a tire, forget a'bout it.
About tires for the snow that is why i have a truck. I am right near lansdale in hilltown. You ever hear of suzy's lounge the shitty strip club near the area?Beefcurtains said:Josh, I bought 235/60-16 they aren't the best tires for the snow which i know you get a little bit in bucks county. Where at in Bucks county do you live? I have a home in Greenlane, PA near Lansdale. Oh yeah and the name Beefcurtains isn't like the type of beef you get from a cow, well i guess you could but i wouldn't try it...
that's not far at all i know where that is. One of my favorite hunting spots is right near 29 and 100. I know that area pretty well. I almost bought a small rancher up that way for myself but the bank doesn't like giving money to young peopleBeefcurtains said:it's off of 63, right near where 29 and 63 meet, right by the Green Lane Reservoir Park.