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Performance tire/wheel options to factory 'stock' tires?

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#21 OFFLINE   tr7driver

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Posted 08 August 2016 - 03:26 PM

Just got back from an oil change at 38000 miles and the tires have been showing a lot of wear for some time. Dealer priced 3 tires, the Pirelli, Conti and Goodyear Eagle Sport. All are all season, which I don't need, and the 1st two are 70,000 mile rubber. They seem pretty close, and my dealer's prices are very good. Since there have been a number of recommendations for the Conti PureContact I think those are the ones for me. Guess I don't need summer tires like are on my Mustang GT. 

I'm in the same boat.  The quotes I get on the Conti and Pirelli's are almost twice the price of the Goodyear Eagles. I have the 18's with the Goodyear Eagles from the factory. I haven't been happy with the MPG or wear on the Goodyear's, but for the price difference, the other tires would have to go 70 to 80K to pay off.  Our roads in Illinois are so bad, I don't think any tire has a chance to go that many miles.  I need to make up my mind before the snow flies.  Let us know what you decide and why.  Thanks









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#22 OFFLINE   tr7driver

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  • Current Vehicle:Fusion Ti Hybrid, C-Max Energi, Mustang GT convertible, Triumph TR7 convertible, Toyota Highlander
  • My Hybrid's Year:2014

Posted 22 September 2016 - 01:19 PM

I can't put it off any longer as I'm worn down to the wear bars at 38K miles.  Local farm supply store has the Eagles at buy 3 get one free.  I can get a set installed, mounting, balance, road hazzard, disposal and fees for $509.  A set of Pirelli Cint P7 was quoted at $944.  I'm going with the Eagles



#23 OFFLINE   devinron

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Posted 17 April 2017 - 10:46 PM

I have the motegi traklite's. I got them from car|truck wheels - 4wheelonline. These wheels are light in weight because they are forged instead of flow formed. The paint finish is a bit thin but other than that I have no major issues.







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