The time has come to make a decision on replacement tires and while I like
some of the features of OEM runflats, one of the negatives is "cost" and the
noise level after they wear down a bit.
I find Dunlop, Michelin and Kumho are making "runflats"...... anyone have
some feedback on any of these brands??? as far as noise level and wear .
What are the most common non-run flats??
i just got these
just a reminder cars that came with run flats dont generally come with a
spare, jack etc
If you're sticking with the run-flats, I recommend the Michelin Pilot. It
costs less, isn't as noisy, and has a higher wear rating. It also has a
wheel guard ring. All positives over the Goodyear. I ordered online from
Discount Tire Direct with free shipping. Good luck.
That's a better deal than tirerack.com then. I ordered my two fronts
from tirerack and they were the same price except an extra $27 for
shipping. I'll be ordering my rears from Discount Tire Direct. I too
am very happy with the Michelin Pilot Sport. Make sure you get the "AS
ZP" (all-season zero pressure) designation which is their runflat
because they have non-runflats also. It took awhile to find a
reasonable price for mounting the runflats though- most tire shops
wanted $50 apiece.
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