Re: Better all around RE930/D60A2?

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Posted by John on September 06, 1998 at 23:52:53:

In Reply to: Better all around RE930/D60A2? posted by Ryan Kohl on September 03, 1998 at 17:38:02:


I have the RE930's on my car, and I can't find much to complain about. They soak up bumps
better than my old tires (Eagle GA's), and handle better too. I haven't had any snow
experience with them, but they seemed quite fine in rain (I'm not an insane driver, so if
you love to drive like a maniac in a downpour, this may not apply to you :^) If I had to
complain, it would be that they seem to pick up any sand, gravel, or grit on the road and
throw it up into the wheelwells causing a slight noise problem (you have to actually get
into a "dirty" part of the road (such as a median) for this to happen, though.) I had
noticed one other complaint on this message board concerning the same thing. Also, in
rain, it tends to throw the water up in a pretty good spray against the wheelwells, but
as long as I'm getting excellent wet traction I'll live with it. I, too, had also
looked at the D60, but altogether I felt the RE930 was the best for the money.

Hope it helps,


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