Topic:tires for a pontiac firebird
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rspiveyI'm doing some tire research, and I can't decide on a good tire to replace the Goodyear Eagle GA's on my 1999 Pontiac Firebird. My car is used only for combo city/highway driving, no racing etc. I've found that the Eagle GA's offer almost no wet traction; I can hydroplane at any speed: 45mph - 60mph with no stomping on the gas. I'm looking for a good, quiet (if possible) tire to replace these that have better wet traction. Any suggestions?
GuestYour right, the Goodyear Eagle GA is not that great of a tire, and it is expensive.

A good tire to consider is the Dunlop Sport A2. This tire has excellent traction and is a great value. You can see other tires and reviews at

Firebird SucksSo why did you buy that POS Pontiac Firebird? I can think of better ways of wasting thousands of dollars.

I recommend some low quality Firestone tires for your low quality Pontiac Firebird POS.

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