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posted March 12, 2001 03:17 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I'm looking for replacement tires for my 98 Accord 4cyl the OE MXV4plus are bad in the rain. I'm told by Honda and other "experts" to stay with the original H speed rating or better other wise the care will handle poorly.

I was looking into MX4 Rainforce or Bridgestone RE910 but they are only T rated and I've read mixed reviews about the Dunlop D60 A2, Bridgestone Turanza Revo H & Pirellis

Looking for good traction in dry/wet and some snow as I do switch over to (Mich. Arctic Alpine) in winter also want a comfortable quiet ride.

Any help would be appreciated
Thank you

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posted March 21, 2001 01:17 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
i have a 99 accord with stock bridgestone turanza's. i am not impressed with them and they are too expensive anyways. i would go with dunlops for best performance and value. i had the D60/A2's on my previous acura integra and they delivered great handling except for in the rain and were a bit noisy on rough roads. from the reviews on tirerack.com, the sp5000's look like a great choice for you.

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