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#1: 11-29-2012, 01:33 PM
UHP/GT All-Season Tire Choices
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Didn't want to hijack a similar thread about Touring tires so I'm creating this new one for Ultra/High Performance, Grand Touring tires.

I used the search function and came up with a few ideas. Based on those I wanted to get your opinions about which UHP/HP or GT All-Season to pickup to replace an ther OE tires? Should I stick with with 225/45/18 or go 235/45/18 on a 7.5" rim?

Continental ExtremeContact DWS @ $644 ntact+DWS&partnum=245YR8ECDWS&vehicleSearch=true&f romCompare1=yes&autoMake=Subaru&autoYear=2010&auto Model=Legacy Sedan&autoModClar=2.5GT Premium

Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season @ $588 (after rebate) mmetric+All-Season&partnum=245YR8F1AASXL&vehicleSearch=true&fr omCompare1=yes&autoMake=Subaru&autoYear=2010&autoM odel=Legacy Sedan&autoModClar=2.5GT Premium

Kumho Ecsta 4X @ $588 m=245WR8E4XXL&vehicleSearch=true&fromCompare1=yes& autoMake=Subaru&autoYear=2010&autoModel=Legacy Sedan&autoModClar=2.5GT Premium

Continental PureContact (EcoPlus) @ $664 ct+with+EcoPlus+Technology&partnum=245VR8PUREC&veh icleSearch=true&fromCompare1=yes&autoMake=Subaru&a utoYear=2010&autoModel=Legacy Sedan&autoModClar=2.5GT Premium

Kumho Ecsta LC Platinum @ $612 um&partnum=245WR8ELXXL&vehicleSearch=true&fromComp are1=yes&autoMake=Subaru&autoYear=2010&autoModel=L egacy Sedan&autoModClar=2.5GT Premium

I have an additional set of summer Conti ExtremeContact DW that's on right now but I want to switch to an All-Season. Happy with the Contis but not tied to any particular brand.
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