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svashi
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posted July 29, 2000 10:36 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for svashi   Click Here to Email svashi     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Michelin Energy MXV4+, Yoka AVSdB, Bridgestone Turanza Revo, or Bridgestone RE940?
Which is the best for a mix of town and interstate driving? Preference towards Michelin.
Also, which retailer is better, Tire Rack or Discount Tire?
Any expert opinion is needed.

Thanks

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donfromnaples
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posted July 29, 2000 11:15 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
i have dealt with both and was satisfied as their customer. i give the edge in professionalism and knowledge to tirerack.com based on personal experience and others recommendations. at tirerack.com they will give you ratings in handling(dry, wet, snow) and price. i really like to see these results as well as base my decision on company reputation(like Michelin has an excellent reputation), treadwear(go for something at or above 400 for longlife), and price. they will tell you what service center close to you will accept a drop shipment from them and how much they charge for mounting and balancing too. it is well worth it. i save my friend at work over $400 on his corvette tires. i, myself, saved about $125 when i bought my dunlops for our explorer. hope this helps.

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Westchic
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posted July 29, 2000 10:20 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
i have had great experiences with the michelins in the past. stick with them

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Bob
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posted July 30, 2000 03:40 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Tirerack has a greater selection and appears to keep their items in stock better. My preference is the Yokohamas as they offer great performance and value

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