Re: "soft sidewalls"?

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Posted by eric on June 20, 1998 at 07:34:56:

In Reply to: "soft sidewalls"? posted by rob on June 13, 1998 at 16:53:55:


It makes a big difference if you choose a H or V-rated tire. It all depends on how you drive your car and the handling you want from it. Coming off an off ramp on the highway if the sign says 25 on the h-rated you can do 40-50. on the v-rated you can probable do 55-60. the only bad thing about the v-rated tire is that they are not to good in the snow. you would be better off running a set of snow tires. If you want the best of both worlds the Dunlop D60/A2 is probable on of the all-around best tires you can get for wet weather, dry and snow handling. If you want performance from your tires. Run snows in the winter and high performance(V or Z-rated) tires in the summer!! By the way what kind of car do you have??? And what type of performance are you looking for????

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