+You should consider changing over to Michelin PS2's with a tire
+repair kit and Tire Foam in a can. They are far quieter and handle
+better than RunFlats. Thats what i did on my 2006 .
Tirerack.com, Firestone RFT, and tire foam will kill about $80 worth
of tire pressure sensor; depending on the year of your C5.
I bought Michelin Pilot Sport A/S ZPs (Zero Pressure) in April of 06
for my 2000 C5. These are run flats. 34,234 on the car at the time.
I had them installed at Alban Tire in Springfield Virginia. They were
less than Tire Rack including installation.
Much quieter than the Good Years after 12,000 miles of driving on
them. You can still talk on concrete roads. Wider range in pressure
build up than the GY were. On a hot road, they may go up 5 lbs, GY
went up about three.
I am satisfied with them and would recommend them.
Fronts $248 ea
Rear $376 ea
Scrap Tire Fee $10
Total for 4: $1,320.
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