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#11: 02-10-2013, 04:17 AM
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Originally Posted by SubyDude81 View Post
Good wear rating and a summer tire don't go in the same sentence.
Its a sacrifice you will make.
Nitto NT555, Nitto NT05, Bridgestone RE760, Conti DW
All good tires, some are better in dry, some in wet but more info needed. I would get rims while your at it and let us know the size of the rim so you can narrow down tire choices by tire size.
If I get rims they'll probably be 18". I'm not sure of the width, and 19" looks too cost-prohibitive.