Paul R. Luevano
paul at clarity.net
Fri Jan 3 11:30:41 EST 2003
From: "Dave D" <mstrblastr at attbi.com>
> I have those on our car and like them as well--car is silent on new
> asphalt--good wet or dry.
> From: "Sullivan, Alan" <alan.sullivan at lmco.com>
> > Let me second Dereks' positive endorsement of the Bridgestone RE 950's.
> > I've got 20,000 miles on my tires. They are quiet, wearing evenly and
> > handle very well (wet and dry). I was even able to drag myself out of a
> > snowy ditch with only the LF tire on semi-clean pavement. In short,
> > the best moderately priced all-season tires I've used.
I'll add in a "me too". Had them on the car for about a year and 12K miles and
are working great. Fantastic in the dry/wet, and "good" in the snow. I live at
the top of a pretty steep little hill that does not get plowed that often, and
we end up with packed powder/ice long after the rest of the roads are dry.
Never had a problem (seen many a cab/delivery truck/PLOW get stuck in front of
my house). :)
Picking up the car tonight after the wheel bearing issue. Just as a quick
follow-up, I also, as correctly hypothesized by a few here, took out the hub by
driving on it for so long, but I figure that was a small price for getting
home. Oh, and yes, i did end up driving it the last 10 miles to the shop on
Paul Luevano | AMA * MSF |'99 CBR 600F4 (Racebike)
http://teamdaemon.com | USM * CCS #898|'97 CBR 1100XX (Streetbike)
Waltham, MA USA | NMA #116657 |'91 200TQ20V (Winter)
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