[200q20v] Tires again
MikeMilr at blackfoot.net
Mon Sep 10 21:01:13 EDT 2001
I live in western Montana. My "summer tires" that do occasionally seesnow
are BFG comp TA VR4 225/60/15 - they fit fine, but I do not have the wrinkle
in the rear fender wells that some seem to have. The BFGs are just OK in the
snow - I run BFG slaloms with studs from about mid Nov to early April. Major
difference, but the Comp TAs are adequate for light snow duty.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul R. Luevano" <paul at clarity.net>
To: "200TQ20V List" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 9:53 PM
Subject: [200q20v] Tires again
> Sorry to bring up an old thread, but it is time for new tires. :)
> First off, will a 225/60 fit on our cars without any interference? The
> does not seem to be a very common size.
> Second, what are people using and liking? I'm looking for an all around
> here. As Tire Rack classifies them, a high-performance all season tire.
> in Boston. The car sees the snow every now and then, but not enough to
> snow tires (there is snow on the ground, what, about a dozen times a
> Right now the car has Yokohama AVS S4's on it (came with the car), I like
> but they don't make then in our size anymore.
> Tires I am looking at:
> Michelin Pilot XGT H4 - Looks like a good overall tire, but a bit on the
> Bridgestone Potenza RE950 - This looks like a great tire, at a good price,
> know nothing about them, other than what I read on TireRack.com
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