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  1. #101
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    I just ordered my second set

    I just ordered my second set of Intregties. I would have gotten the advertised 50,000 miles out of them but I picked up a nail near the sidewall.

    It's the second nail I've gotten in 10 months. I suspect it's because two of the roads I drive regularly are under heavy construction. And really, I suspect it's the one they are building a light rail line down the middle of.

    After the second nail, I swore off driving those two roads until the construction is finished.

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  3. #102
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    The Garmin GPS aren't that

    The Garmin GPS aren't that accurate they are always within like 3 mph of your actual speed.

  4. #103
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    I did the same exact thing.

    I did the same exact thing. Sam's Club store not online had four GoodYear Eagle LS2 195/65/15 (Tire has good ratings & said to be quiet). So, I got while they had a $75 instant rebate earlier this year as well.

    I'm going to have all four tires installed tomorrow morning Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011 at Sam's Club . Hopefully, there will be no rubbing when turning sharp at a slow speed since the OEMN size tire is 185/65/15.


  5. #104
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    Yesterday I have changed

    Yesterday I have changed four GoodYear OEM tyres ( 185 /65 R15 ) to Brigstone ( 195 /65 R15).

  6. #105
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    I would hope you at least

    I would hope you at least drive the "flow" of traffic. People who drive "legal" speeds on "thoroughfares" all the time with no consideration of those around them are simply a traffic hazard. Meaning: if everybody else around you is cruising at 70, I would hope you are not the oblivious and inconsiderate person driving "65" in the middle of left lane just cause you can.

  7. #106
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    thanks for all the good tire

    thanks for all the good tire reviews, and the knowledge about this. i have a 2010 prius and the OEM tires suck and are bald (after 24,000). I have called around and may go with the firestove model FR710, they have a milage rating to 65K.

  8. #107
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    I have a Toyota Echo

    I have a Toyota Echo (similar to Prius) that I, like some of you above, was looking for the best tires for. I was looking through the usual brands: Goodyear, Michelin, Firestone, etc. and through some internet searching I began reading about Hankook Tires on this website about Hankook Tires Review that I happened to find. They're actually a pretty decent company, and less expensive than the other guys. I went with the Ventus tire for my Echo, and it has turned out to be a good choice thus far... just something to bear in mind!

  9. #108
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    I also have a 2001

    I also have a 2001 Prius-small tires 175/65R12 and Michelins do not fit. I am looking for a good set of tires for rainy weather in the medium price range. Did you get some recommendations?
    Thanks.

  10. #109
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    I have a 2010 Prius.

    I have a 2010 Prius. Recommendations for new tires? Maybe a couple of options?
    Maybe, Michelin X-Radial 195/65R15 ?????
    Thank You

  11. #110
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    NOTE: Japan speed limit is

    NOTE: Japan speed limit is 80kph or 50mph. Slower speeds make a huge difference on mpg.

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