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Old 1/2/18, 07:03 PM   #21
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. . . How many miles do you drive each year? I would say be ready to get about 8k-10k miles out of daily driven RE-71s with 3-4 track days. That may mean new rubber every year. . .
oops, missed this one . . . I haven't been driving much lately, since I now work from home so commute is about 20 feet . . . maybe 5K miles/year . . . but yeah I would like to get two years out of them. I got 2 years out of the S04's including several track days, which really chewed up the fronts.

This shouldn't be such a hard decision! LOL
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275/35 is the size I would go with on a 19x9.5. If you're wanting a lot of street use something like the MPSS is probably a safe bet, 200 or lower treadwear tires are hard to judge for that
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. . . . MPSS is probably a safe bet . . . .
yeah I hear nothing but good about those, the price is about the same as the RE-71R's and they are available in a lot of sizes . . . but probably not quite as good on track as the Bridgestones . . .
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