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getting new tires.

Discussion in 'Stop, Drop & Roll' started by MovieSTAR, Feb 8, 2009.

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    MovieSTAR i hurd u liek?

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    KrypticKarma ~2001 Corrizm~

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    Im runnin Yokohama Avid TRZs all season tires on my car and they are the best tire ive ever ran on. Check them out
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    MovieSTAR i hurd u liek?

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    on stock wheels? because they dont offer those in stock size...


    nvm i found them, they werent showing up when i searched so i didnt tell them what car i had and it came up
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    KrypticKarma ~2001 Corrizm~

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    Ohh i see.. Yeah idk with me having the LSI prizm its like having the corolla S the tire sizes are a little different. THe sidewalls are a little wider I think. I believe Im running 185/65/14's on my steelies
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    I recommend Falken Ziex 912s, if you get the right price it should come out to be aobut $200 in total.
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    I second the Falken Ziex tires. I have the ones at the link posted earlier: http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/fi...yr=1998&pc=28854&cf=false&vid=006515&sw=false

    My old tires, some goodyear viva 2's, were a death trap. After a near-death experience on a wet exit ramp (at 30 mph, no less), I got the Falken Ziex ZE512 tires. They do tend to wear a little quickly, but I haven't driven on tires with better grip. I have yet to lose control of the car (and I have deliberately tried to a couple of times). Even when the car slides, I have control. The tires stick to the road like you wouldn't believe.

    They're also dirt cheap. So I say: get them!
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    I agree, Falken makes the best tires you can buy for the price.
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    MovieSTAR i hurd u liek?

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    SOLD!

    bought the Falken Ziex ze-512 so far so good, took it for a lap around some round abouts eariler to test it out.

    had to buy a new corner lamp because mine fell out while cornering....LOL!!! the headlight assembly has been broken but havent had problems with it and you cant tell, but the corner light cover fell off in the corner i heard it go crash! rofl.

    anyway thanks for the suggestions.
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    Just got some of those from discounttiredirect for my passat stock rims.

    Should have them today.
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    heard mixed reviews with falken, so i went with yokohama summer tires :)
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    So envious of you guys and your cheaply priced tires!

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