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RE: Eagle GA's
Sean Ford said:
>DeWitt, I cannot speak to the GS-C's, but $160?! I paid $70, plus $7 >shipping, per tire for the VR4's. I doubt the GS-C's have more the twice >the capability of the VR4's. $160 is some serious dough for a tire.
Depends on what you are looking for in a tire. If you are looking for a performance tire, the GS-C bested the T/A ZR in the Tire Rack's battle of the "American" brands. (Sorry, the only "American" brand in the test anymore was the Goodyear, Firestone now being a division of Bridgestone and BFG being a division of Michelin). And I gotta believe the ZR is a better performance tire than a VR4.
Personally, I'm looking at the Yokohama Nexus or the Bridgestone Potenza S-02 as my new tires for the summer. They run around $200. I personally wouldn't touch an "all-season" at any price. But that is me. If you are happy with the VR4, then it is a good match for you.