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Yokohama avid touring tires for my 95 LX wagon. They were 14 inchers but DAYUM are they smooth and quiet. My stereo has never been clearer (drastically reduced road noise), I´ve never cornered to crisply and accurately before. Super good deal, I highly recommend them.
 

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Kick ass!
I installed tires here in PA for over 2 years prior to the job i have now.
I would definatley have to say Yokohama and Toyo were always among my favoraties. Right now i have Toyo Proxies FZ4´s on the 94 EGT and they are pretty awesome.

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i got pirellis over the summer.. and i didnt get them aligned (yes im dumb) and NTB didnt tell me to. So the front 2 were completely bald and my front one blew. So I had to buy some cheap new tires from NTB.. they are called generals but I tell yah.. after getting those on.. and having an alignment my car rides so smooth.. i can hit 90 and i dont even feel it. ITS GREAT!
 

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Not that my car is anywears near the standards of you guys cars but i got dunlop sp sports they pretty good except the night after i got em i had a blowout on one they replaced it free of charge and i havent had a problem since then (this happened in october)
 

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I´m getting ready to buy some tires for my Scort soon. My Eagle GT2´s are getting wore out. I was thinking of going with Yokohama´s also. If I remember what the guy at my tire shop said I can get them in 195/50/15. That´s what size I´m running and would like to stay with it. Getting ready for NEM ´03 so mama´s gotta have some new shoes. ;-) :-D
 

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I had some Yokohama Avid T4s on my bimmer. Great tire for the money.. but I burn them up pretty quickly.. They don´t handle hot pavement + high speed + hard cornering for very long. I wore them down to smoothness within 10K miles... but those 10k miles were fun. Certainly worth the $35 I paid for each of them. :-D Also, I live in the mountains and our narrow twisty roads don´t help a tire last long. ;-)
 

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I work for a Sears Autocenter (Same as NTB actually) Yeah Yo-Mama´s are a good choice. If you like the AVID´s you´d like Pilot Sports too.

I actually got a new kumho yesterday....I hate them but I needed a safer tire to drive to phoenix tomorrow.
 

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Which kind of Kumho Blade? I actually want to pick me up a set of 16-17" Mille Miglia HT3 (silver finish) along with some Kumho Ecsta MX rubber. Do you recommend these tires or should I go for good year or eagle or whatever? i have some crappy ass "Daytona" tires that Hires sold me. I think it´s either the tires or my rims aren´t holding air.
 
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