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Goodyear Eagle RS-A all-season performance tires in P255/45R19 for the front and P295/40R20 for the rear.

19 inches in the front and 20 in the rear.
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Those are bigazz tires. I wonder how long it will take to burn off a set of rear tires. :D
 

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From the Goodyear site:

Unique asymmetrical tread design

High traction, precise cornering, quiet ride

Aggressive shoulder tread blocks and wide lateral grooves

Confident handling in wet, dry or snow conditions

Speed rated from 112 MPH/180 KPH to over 149 MPH/240 KPH, depending on size

Driving highway speeds with confidence

Premium sidewall styling
 
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Goodyear Eagle RS-A, eh? I'm not too fond of those tires. I had a set of those come stock on my ol Firebird. Those did not have quite enough grip for my driving style. Maybe they will work better on an SSR.

Yup, at least they are not made in France! I like Goodyears, and have them on all my vehicles.
 
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Quality of the tire

The R-SA is an excellent tire, one of the best in its class. I used to work at a tire shop and we would put them on all of the city's police cars. They provide excellent handling and cornering at high speeds and you can not get them in a runflat.
 

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Dream Cruise,

The number comes from VOMS. It's the Computer system that the dealers enter the order info into.

Mine too is coded the same - but with a build week of: 9/1/3...

This date has changed once after I placed my order... The code system details the progress of the order.

Per my dealer he'll know when it's done - being shipped etc...
 

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Keith,

I'm familiar with the Vehicle Order Management System (VOMS) though I am not familiar with the code nor how to obtain one for an order. Thanks..
 

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Dream Cruise,

The number comes from VOMS. It's the Computer system that the dealers enter the order info into.

Mine too is coded the same - but with a build week of: 9/1/3...

This date has changed once after I placed my order... The code system details the progress of the order.

Per my dealer he'll know when it's done - being shipped etc...
Here's the codes! FYI!

Event Codes and what they mean
Every dealer has the ability to monitor the progress of a specific order as identified by its order number (6 digits) assigned upon order generation to the dealership. Here are the event codes that a dealer can view and their meaning:
2001-Order generated to dealer
2005-Order replaced with GM Prospec order
2050-Order changed
2500-Order sent to production, preferenced
3000-Order accepted by production control
3100-Order available to sequence (now the tpw becomes more stable)
3400-Order broadcasted for production
3800-Vehicle produced
4150-Vehicled invoiced to dealer
4200-Vehicle shipped
5000-Vehicle delivered to dealer
6000-Vehicle delivered to customer
6010-Vehicle delivery change
 

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SSR Spare tire

I've been checking the electronic catalog for several months
now and GM finally has a separate listing for the SSR. We
used to look up parts under the Trailblazer headings. So,
the general is moving right along.

It's true--there is no spare tire. Behind the driver's seat is
a tire repair kit. There is a carrying case containing an air
compressor that works off the cig lighter, a bottle of stop leak,
a hose, valve, valve core extractor, and hose plug. So when
trouble strikes, you whip out the extractor, remove the valve
core, squirt in the stop leak, air up the tire and hope you don't
ruin one of those fat tires.

FYI--The bottle of stop leak carries a retail price of $52.00.

GM has released very few prices for SSR parts. There are part
numbers, but they haven't been set up yet.
:rolleyes: :D
 
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