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Old 01-12-2018, 08:02 PM   #1
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Ya I am looking for a good all season tire for my 2000 firebird. Car is a daily driver and I live in Oregon. And any recommendations on tire size I feel like 275/40r17 on the front is a little to big but I am not going to go smaller in the rear.

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Ya I am looking for a good all season tire for my 2000 firebird. Car is a daily driver and I live in Oregon. And any recommendations on tire size I feel like 275/40r17 on the front is a little to big but I am not going to go smaller in the rear.

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Goodyear GS-D3...just about the best. If you can find them. Lots of discontinued tires available all over Europe and England. I just got my Mich Pilot Sport 335/30/18's from there. Almost half the price as they cost in the USA and only $140 to ship to the USA. Great deals......

Nitto 555 Extreme (not the drag radial)....awesome traction and amazing in the rain. Will last easy 15,000-17,000 miles.

Put some 275's up front and 305's in the rear.

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All season wise I've heard good things about BFGOODRICH G-FORCE COMP-2 A/S.

Assuming you have a 17x9.5 or 17x9 wheel then? You really didn't list that part.
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All season wise I've heard good things about BFGOODRICH G-FORCE COMP-2 A/S.

Assuming you have a 17x9.5 or 17x9 wheel then? You really didn't list that part.
Good suggestion. Very reasonably priced too.
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