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October 03, 2007


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Mike W.

It might depend on how often you have to do rotations. In my case, most of my miles are on windy roads, so I was getting my tires rotated every 5K miles. When I got my Subaru, the 4WD meant I couldn't replace just two tires anymore, so to keep all four wearing evenly I went to rotating them every 3K miles, which is a lot of rotations.

I also get more than my share of nails, though probably fewer than one per year. And getting that and rotations taken care of without worrying about what it's going to cost is certainly simpler.

Not that I've actually compared prices.

But online wins for information and recomendations regardless.

keith carlsen

I Miata and got Miata Magazine. They recommended some Dunlop tires that worked well on the Miata in their testing. They also recommended Tire Rack to purchase. The tires were only $55 a pop, that was at least $30 less than the OEM tires. The Dunlops worked great.


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