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> 2011 Outlander Sport Es, new tires needed soon
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post Jun 9 2012, 09:00 PM
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I was checking if any members had any suggetions for what is a good tire for my vessel. I have the stock tires from Yokahama. They are starting to wear down at around 21000 miles. I do mostly highway city driving. I have the front wheel drive type outlander with 16 inch wheels. I can't really say the Yokahamas are a poor quailty. I am open to just getting them again. But are they better options? I have heard the Bridgstone versions are loud and wear down fast. Any opinoins apprecated.


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i went with Falken Sincera sn211...so far they are pretty nice..
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If you're in NYC, you'd need something that has decent traction in snow for winter, right? So are you looking for an all-year-round tire or a dedicated summer tire?
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