Forum:Tires
Topic:tires for a 94 del sol si
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femme roussei currently have yokohamas on my del sol and am in desperate need of a new set of tires for my buggy. HELP!!! there are so many brands to choose from, that i feel like i am wandering in a maze! i know that i need an all-weather tire and that i also need a high performance tire as i drive like a maniac - other than that, i am clueless.
donfromnaplesas far as all-season, I guess you get some snow too where you live? I would check out the Bridgestone Potenza RE950. I buy my tires at tirerack.com because they save me money and they know tires. They will drop ship to a tire shop close to your house and even tell you how much that shop charges to mount and balance the tires. The Bridgestones I mentioned do very well in dry and wet traction, decent in snow, and last for a while. You can drive like a maniac with them. I went with the Si model del sol because I figured you would have mentioned it if you had the high performance vtec motor.
femme rousse
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Originally posted by donfromnaples:
as far as all-season, I guess you get some snow too where you live? I would check out the Bridgestone Potenza RE950. I buy my tires at tirerack.com because they save me money and they know tires. They will drop ship to a tire shop close to your house and even tell you how much that shop charges to mount and balance the tires. The Bridgestones I mentioned do very well in dry and wet traction, decent in snow, and last for a while. You can drive like a maniac with them. I went with the Si model del sol because I figured you would have mentioned it if you had the high performance vtec motor.

thank you for the info!

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