Date: Thu, 01 Jul 1999 22:43:32 -0400 From: scot <scotnopsamayer.com> Subject: Re: 900 Tire Advice
I just went through buying two expensive tires due to one hole in one tire. I went with the Michelin Pilot HX MXM Yup, expensive but Ive had other tires and these are great handling and fairly quiet. Definitely no howling or singing. Found them at Sears for $212 each. better than SAAB $306 each. Also researched the Yokohama A520 for $99. But decided to stay with the Michelin due to already having them and not wanting a mix of tires and Michelins process of making tires keeps the tire from heating up and wearing as fast. see the following link. http://www.tirerack.com -scot 97 900SEt Michael Wright wrote: > My wife has a 96 900 V6 with a set of Falken 205/50 16" tires on it. They > have about 26K miles on them and since the last rotation they have begun to > REALLY howl and sing. I've tried different air pressures, etc. but they > continue to make quite a bit of noise. They are wearing more on the inner > side. While they are not completely worn to the wear bars, they are probably > due for replacement in the next few months. The 110 degree weather in AZ > takes its toll on tires and batteries. > > So my question is, can I substitute a 205/55 16 tire in place of the 205/50? > The slightly taller 55 seems more plentiful at nearby tire stores as opposed > to the 50 series. Will it effect the accuracy of the speedometer? Any other > problems? Or should I just pay more and special order the same size.