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New Tires!

I'm thinking that, with Spring coming, it's about time my R gets a new set of tires.
I'm looking for any suggestions for daily tires,
Which ones to definitely avoid, etc.
I appreciate any input.
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If you are looking for "daily" tires, I think you might want to look at the Continental line.

I run Michelin SS's and really like them. However in OH they would not be a "daily" tire but strictly a warm weather tire. Michelin offer all season tires in sizes to fit The R, but they are pricey unless you plan on putting a lot of miles on them which most SSR drivers don't.

You probably need an all season tire that you can run year around rather than a specialized performance tire and then a cold weather tire.

I also have Goodyear tires which were the tire that came on the SSR's all four years. IMO they do not go wide well and don't wear even on the back. They are rated all season and I run them in the winter, but I do not drive The R in snow or ice conditions. They are rather pricey for an OK tire IMO.

I know several people who like the Continentals. They seem reasonable priced and offer different models that go up the ladder for performance vs all season. I do not know if Cooper makes a tire in the size range. I have had great luck with Coopers on other vehicles.

You will find opinions all over the board.

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I don't use the internet to buy tires sight unseen period. I use my local go to tire shop and tell him what I want and he does the ordering and makes sure the dates are very current as he knows me and my specifications I want. He tries to get me tires that were made in the last month or so. When they come in in about a week he notifies me. I take off my hub caps as they advise they may break them. I ask for the rims cleaned on the sealing edge, new stems, touchless mounting machine so they don't scratch the wheels. Then road force balanced for life and mounted, and wheel nuts torqued. After a couple hundred miles I re-torque the wheel nuts and replace the center caps. Cost a little more then mail order but then I know what I have and I know who to contact if a problem arises. I do this on all my vehicles but especially on my SSR which has been known to go very fast at sometimes after all it is Slingshot Yellow. Fastest, sexiest and prettiest you know. My story and I am sticking to it.

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Why re-invent the wheel so to speak. Buy the tires that it came with. Good year RSA"S. Good Year sponsors Nascar and they go over 200 miles per hour. They fit and Good year still makes them. The State Trooper cars come with them and I see them driving hard and fast. They don't mess up the speedometer reading and they don't rub. Look good and have a good stance. Did some research and Troopers and local tire shop recommends run 40 pounds of air. Operate flawlessly. Some important things to remember are the date codes. You don't want brand new tires that are old. Don't buy mail order tires. After you have them mounted it is a nightmare if one fails. Mail order place blames the mounting shop and mounting shop blames the mail order tire place. Mean while you don't get your new tire. Check with a high end tire shop that will work with you and order your tires with a current date on them. Then when they get them in take your center caps off yourself before you take it to the shop or they may brake them. Make sure they have a "Touchless" mounting machine so they don't scratch your chrome rims and have them road force balanced. Might be a good Idea to get a front end alignment and use the Dictators specs for setting the front end. Last but not least put 50 miles on them, set the air at 40 pounds, and re-torque the lug nuts and put on your caps yourself. You should be good for another 6 or 8 years or more. Works for me.


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Opinions opinions opinions. Tires probably have the most opinions of any subject on this site.. nobody to say this person is right that person's wrong. Here's my opinion, if you're going to use your truck as a garage queen or drive within a hundred miles from the house, I'd say go to bubba's tire shop and get your tires. If you're gone to travel a lot and you have a tire failure and your storage space is filled with luggage, you don't have any space to carry that tire that just went bad back to bubba's for any type of warranty. So I would go to a well-known tire shop, Firestone, Tire Kingdom, discount Tire or whatever somebody that's all over the United States. These shops usually have a wide selection of tires of your choice. But remember number one rule remove and replace your hubcaps yourself. Just my .03 cents.
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ALWAYS use a National known tire store or in my case Bud's Tire here in Murfreesboro. Bud carries all nationally known tire brands that are replaceable at any nationally known store. Everybody today is on the computer so that makes it real easy to get any brand tire.

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In dry weather, almost any tire will perform reasonably well. Wet weather is where tire performance becomes important.

Several SSR crashes, including a fatal, have been attributed to poor performance by the OEM Goodyear RSAs. I had no interest in replacing mine with more RSAs after reading some of the reports. Primary concern was accelerating on a curved on ramp in wet weather. Slippery tires will let you swap ends in a hurry.

My first replacement set were Nitto Invos in 255/40/19 and 315/35/20. They were extremely sticky. Dry performance was a major improvement, but the performance accelerating from a light in wet weather was night and day better. I was't about to risk the truck testing the tires on wet curves, so the straight line difference had to be the measure of success. They were very quiet and had a really funky tread design. The achilles heel was the tread wear rating. You want really sticky, you settle for tires that wear out quickly.

The set I have on now is the Continental DWS06, in the same sizes. About triple the tread wear rating, excellent in wet weather, and still very sticky in dry.

No chance I would go back to the RSAs. I was unlucky enough to also have them on our Caddy SRX. All wheel drive makes tire problems less noticeable, but when they wore down, they were replaced with Nitto 420s. Also put Nitto 420s for summer use on my crew cab.

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Shortly after I bought my truck I had a chance to buy a spare set of wheels with very low mileage RSAs on them. So I've gone through two sets of the factory RSAs. My truck is a daily driver, it lives outside, and makes numerous trips to New England every Winter. Neither sleet nor snow nor gloom of night and all that. On dry roads and even in snow the RSAs performed well. If the guy in front of me spit out his window I was in trouble because they were treacherous on a wet road, any road, any wet at all.

I chose the Continental Extreme Contact DWS because of feedback from other owners and the built in rim protector which is the tire is constructed so the rim sits in slightly. You can rub the curb with the tire and the rim will be unscathed. Within reason of course, I wouldn't go banging the curbs at speed.
But I have more trouble parallel parking this truck than anything I've ever driven. I'm very happy with the continentals in dry, wet, winter and summer.

I spent a couple evenings online searching for the best price. All the name chains and smaller places within a hundred miles. Then I thought the mechanic I use has first class alignment and road force balance equipment, I think I'll throw him a bone and just tell him what I want. Got exactly what I wanted for $200 less than the best price I found online. Now I didn't negotiate with them, and may have been able to get the same price, but I rather see my guy get the money. His wife does dog rescue and will certainly spend it for him.

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Don't know if you younguns know of this tool, but I have a tire regrooving tool and you can make your own tread pattern. Just saying. Racing slicks aren't street legal so we would get slicks and put a groove on each side of them maybe one in the middle and keep them on the car all the time in case just in case somebody wanted to challenge you after school. Sorry I got off topic just thinking about different tread patterns.
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Ditto on the RSA in wet.

I purchased my truck near Boston and drove it home to York, NE. We hit a rain shower, not a downpour, on asphalt I will give you, BUT I really noticed that they wanted to hydroplane. The tires were brand spanking new.

One thing I love about the Michelin SS's is how they handle in wet. And also in dry. And also in heat on I 80 at triple digit speed. But never, never ever in cold.

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Ditto on the RSA in wet.

I purchased my truck near Boston and drove it home to York, NE. We hit a rain shower, not a downpour, on asphalt I will give you, BUT I really noticed that they wanted to hydroplane. The tires were brand spanking new.

One thing I love about the Michelin SS's is how they handle in wet. And also in dry. And also in heat on I 80 at triple digit speed. But never, never ever in cold.

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Dave. Was that a misprint TRIPLE DIGITI drove thru your lovely state a couple of times. But never that fast.
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"Primary concern was accelerating on a curved on ramp in wet weather. Slippery tires will let you swap ends in a hurry. "

Yup, These things are indeed (pickup truck like).........A cab toward the front and a bed in the back. Guess which end is heavier and the 6 liter with a little kick of the gas in a curve that is maybe wet.......will cause ends to swap.

I recall a few R owners learning that at Daytona Speedway last Spring.
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I run toyo tires usually about 175 each out the door I buy from a shop I know and couple the are car guys I may not get milliage that some get but I like new tires so it works for me.
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I'm with the the others....the rsa's were very troubling in the wet. Switched to the continental extreme contacts....Man, what a difference. That's my opinion....

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I went with continental DWS for the road trip I'm currently still on .
I've driven through torrential Florida rains at over 80 mph and I'm very satisfied with the looks ,traction and handling so far . My local tire stores couldn't get a full set of goodyears and the continentals went on sale so I saved $150 .
The goodyear quote was 1500
I ended up paying 1050 out the door .
My original GSA's were old , hard and very sketchy in the rain . Dave
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My truck came with a set of brand new Pirelli P zero tires. That was 2 years ago. They have served me well. ( I put about 5K to 6K miles a year on the truck) That said, we don't see much rain here in new mexico. However, when the time comes for fresh rubber, I will likely go with the Conti DWS. I have had conti's in the past and always been pleased with them.
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The Doophus is now on his third set of tires primarily due to age (replace after six years), not mileage.

After the OEMs, I switched to General Grabber UHPs (Continental and General are made by the same company) and have never had any problems. Granted no Rain and/or Snow driving conditions.

When new tires are necessary . . . more General Grabbers.

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I went with the Continental Extreme Contact DWS because of feedback from other owners who were happy with them. So far I am pleased. They are sticky. I can't compare to Goodyear OEM since mine were 14 years old and only 5000 miles so they rode like crap because of age and flat spots. Good Luck with your purchase.
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Donna's truck has the RSA Goodyears which are good for no more than it is driven. Also Goodyear will stand behind their tire. Our truck sat for almost 10 years and the front tires developed flat spots that did not work out of. Goodyear replaced them.
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My truck came with a set of brand new Pirelli P zero tires. That was 2 years ago. They have served me well. ( I put about 5K to 6K miles a year on the truck) That said, we don't see much rain here in new mexico. However, when the time comes for fresh rubber, I will likely go with the Conti DWS. I have had conti's in the past and always been pleased with them.
Me too wizzr (I have had Continentals in the past and always been pleased with them) In my lifetime the only bad set of tires I've ever had was some Bridgestone Firestone's that came on a new 2016 Impala 2LT ... they were awful. Bud replaced them with Michelin's (for a fee of course). In my years working for Bud's Tire, I "sampled" several different brands just to try them out for him.
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Dave. Was that a misprint TRIPLE DIGITI drove thru your lovely state a couple of times. But never that fast.
I use both......Goodyear on the front and Continental's on the rear.

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I'm thinking that, with Spring coming, it's about time my R gets a new set of tires.
I'm looking for any suggestions for daily tires,
Which ones to definitely avoid, etc.
I appreciate any input.
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Here's my $.02 - I have had the Original Goodyears (from 6000 miles) and new Nexen's and new Continental DWS's and unless you like your backend trying to trade places with your front , the Continentals are the only choice. they are a little pricey (1200+) for a set of four , but the safety factor is well worth it IMHO. The ride and noise are both as good or better than the other two also. When I replace the tires on Red it will be Cont. DWS's.
Just wanted to chime in because I know this is a big purchase and one you will live with for a long while. Hope this helps(probably just adds to the confusion) Good Luck and ENJOY your Baby!
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Thank you everyone for the input.
I now have a good idea of what I'm looking for and can understand why the suggested tires are suggested.

Currently I'm in a similar situation to Riley, my UV had the original 14 year old RSA's. I don't intend to drive in the snow, but in Ohio, the sky can decide to rain without any warning.
That happened once on the freeway when my top was down, oops!

I'm going to use these comments as a springboard for my research, and I will have new tires by Maggie Valley in May.
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Thank you everyone for the input.
I now have a good idea of what I'm looking for and can understand why the suggested tires are suggested.

Currently I'm in a similar situation to Riley, my UV had the original 14 year old RSA's. I don't intend to drive in the snow, but in Ohio, the sky can decide to rain without any warning.
That happened once on the freeway when my top was down, oops!

I'm going to use these comments as a springboard for my research, and I will have new tires by Maggie Valley in May.

Good plan cause I can almost guarantee rain at Maggie!!
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Happens 100% of the time I go there. But I have been there only once.
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