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posted May 14, 2001 12:35 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Looking for recommendations on a good All Season Tire with decent performance. I have a 1996 Acura Integra SE. Tire size, P195/60/R14. So far I am considering the Michelin XGT-H4 or the X-1.

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posted May 14, 2001 06:44 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
These are the all seasons I would consider with your Integra. I had a '92 and loved it. The Goodyear HP Ultra, Firestone SH 30 and Nitto NT 460. The all handle all season weather ok, last a long time, and handle very good in spring and summer compared to the X One. The XGT-H4 is probably about the same as those I listed except in price. It will cost you a lot more. Shop at tirerack.com and tires.com(both excellent places to buy from and save you money). Tirerack.com is the better one and includes test results and customer survey results for almost all tires they sell.

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The Crusader
posted June 02, 2001 08:20 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I recently replaced my Michelin XGT's (V4), on my 98 Tiburon SE, I had 40 000 miles on them and I couldn't get them of my car faster!! (<-- my opinion).

I went to the Dunlop D60A2 JLB's. I only put them on in December and have appx 20 000 miles. You wouldn't know, wear is barely measureable. First time with Dunlop, definately will look at these again.

I used to have a 93 Eagle Talon; and on it I had my share of Michelin's, Goodyear's, BF Gooderich's, etc, etc,.

I can say the Michelin's weren't the best for wet and snow. The Goodyear wear-down way to easily. The BF were pretty good, (a little noisy).

But these Dunlop's on my Tiburon, are doing real well. I live in Central Canada and the weather goes to all extremes. If "all-season" is what you are after: I would recommend the Dunlop's or BF Goodrich Radial TA's. (These 2 will also come in less than the other 2 I mentioned --> $$$$.)

Just some suggestions!!!

Also, buyer beware: websites selling tires can often have padded results. It is easy for them to filter out negative feedback. But always shop around. Good Luck!

The Crusader


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