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Thanks for your reply on the springs. It wasn't clear to me whether you just
put them on the rear or also in the front. Is it wise for me to just put a
lowering pair on the rear? Pls. let me know where you purchased your springs
Re: the Yoko AVS, I recall reading a European report that the regular AVS are
very noisy. I happen to have the AVS U+4 (unidirectional) 195/60 HR 14s on my
Coupe GT. They are excellent in the wet and not as good in the dry. Steering
is excellent. Their snow performance is good enough. They are a quiet but
hard riding tire.
Hope this helps. glenn
Rod L. Wiggins wrote:
I know we've covered this tire thing somewhat extensively,, But does
anyone have any experience with the Yoko Avs "intermediate" tires. How
are they in the wet verses in the dry? This would be a non-quattro
application so Id' be willing to give up some dry traction for improved
wet traction. Plus the weather here in Cleveland seems to provide much
more wet than dry...
Thanks in advance.
Ive seen several people give their car history so I'll give it a shot...
TR7s (3). > VW Scirocco S > Alpha 2000GTV > Porche 914s (2) > Audi Coupe
Gt > Ur-quattro (1.5) plus a wide assortment of winter beaters and failed