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Topic:New tires for 97 jetta?
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bjetta97Does anyone know the best tires for my 97 jetta. I heard about Bridgestones RE910 (60k) or Dunlop D60/A20(40k)?
donfromnaples
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Originally posted by bjetta97:
Does anyone know the best tires for my 97 jetta. I heard about Bridgestones RE910 (60k) or Dunlop D60/A20(40k)?

I had the Dunlop D60/A2 and they were good tires for 25,000miles on my Saturn. Then, they started to slip and slide in the rain. I got rid of them at about 30,000 miles. I bought Nitto NT-460 with a 65,000 mile warranty. I have 35,000 miles on them so far and they barely show any wear. I recommend them as one alternative. I bought them at discounttires.com on sale for $37 each-size 195/60 R15. If you want longevity, then go with the Michelin X One which is rated at 80,000 miles. The Firestone SH 430 has been reported by friends to be a good long lasting sticky tire much like my Nitto NT-460

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