Forum:Tires
Topic:Maxima replacements
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cpcoachI have a 1999 Maxima SE with Toyo A05 tires 215/55-16.They have 32,000 and are almost ready to be replaced. I live in Florida and need a tire that is excellent in wet driving and withstands the heat well.

Any help would be appreciated!!

davidAlthough I'm not familar with the A05 - was it the OE tire, Check out the Dunlop A2, Michelin Primacy & Exalto, & Bridgestone 950. They should be comparable and would all be suitable for the your vehicle and size. If you want to provide more specifics as to what you are looking for in a tire a better or more specific recomendation could bw made.
cpcoachThese tires are the OE tire. It is my wifes car who does a lot of transporting kids around town, so I am looking for the best traction/wet handling tire I can find.

Thanks

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