Topic:All Season Tires For Wagon
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OldcoyoteI have a 1989 Olds Custom Cruiser Wagon and presently run Goodyear Eagle GT+4 235/70/VR15. I bought these for stiff sidewalls/cornering. They are fine but I only get about 20,000 miles.

The tire shop is suggesting Michelen X-Ones.

I will appreciate your suggestions, no snow here in Georgia.


OldcoyoteOn the other hand, if I go to 235/75/15, there are MANY tires available, including interesting ATs!
CraigIf you are looking for a good all season, AT type with longer life, I would consider the General Grabber AT. I have them on a Ranger and really like them. They are quiet, handle great and perform well in dry, wet or snow. I haven't had them on any ice yet. For the price they are going to be hard to beat. I will put them on my truck again when these wear out.

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