Forum:Tires
Topic:michelin ltx m/s vs. goodyear wrangler sr-a
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beetleboyfor everyday use on the street, and a little bit of off-road, which tire is better - ltx m/s, or the original equipment goodyear sr-a?
the sr-a seems to have a very high rolling resitance and feels sluggish. is this my imagination? please advise.
MoeI'm driving on the Goodyears now and can't wait to get rid of them! I've heard good things about the Michelins and planning to buy a set of LTX A/T's soon - the A/T has a more agressive tread pattern and is supposed to be better in the snow then the M/S. I'll let you know!
MoeI had the A/T's put on this morning! I am very impressed at how quiet these tires are considering the agressive tread pattern. My old Goodyears were howlers! The ride is very comfortable - Even at 35 psi they feel "softer" somehow than Wranglers. I haven't tried them in the muck or the snow yet, but I like 'em so far.
Bill DubI had Michelin LTX M/S (not A/t) tires on my chevy Blazer S10. They are the absolute best tires around. They are the quietest, best handling, smoothest tires around. I tried the BFG A/T and Goodyear Wranglers and they stunk. These Mich tires will last 80k miles. I just sold my Blazer and the Michelins had 60k on them and still looked good. You cant go wrong with Michelins !! Dump the Goodyears !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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