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Author Topic:   Potenza re910 vs MXV4 vs Dunlop D60A2
posted December 28, 1999 10:35 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I am looking at getting replacements for my MXV4s on a front wheel drive Infiniti. I'm considering either Potenza re910s, MXV4s again, or Dunlop D60A2s. My main conserns are noise and light snow traction. The stock MXV4 became pretty slippery after 20k miles on wet surfaces, but handle excellent the other 95% of the time. I had the D60s on a rear wheel drive Nissan and the car (not neccessary the tires) slipped in the snow. The re910s look pretty good, but no reviews found.

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posted January 04, 2000 08:28 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for TireEng   Click Here to Email TireEng     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote

Tirerack includes a tire review on the RE910's.

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