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Old 2/5/18, 07:26 AM   #1  
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I’ve taken my front mt street comps to the wear bars (255/45/18). I currently have street comps on the back (275/?/18) on the rear with lots of wear left. I’m looking at changing out my front tires.

Should I keep with the street comps or is there a better front tire to use?Different brand front and back cause problems?
My driving style is more spirited road driving, not a 1/4 mile car( very often)

07 gt lowered Koni orange, full bmr undercarriage, bmr spo65 springs. 5speed Lito tuned.

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Old 2/14/18, 07:49 PM   #2  
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I would recommend something from Michelin-but that's just me.
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If you like the look of your MT, take a look at the Cooper RS3-S tires. They have the same/similar tread but are supposed to be better rubber. I have these on my Roush and they are great tires. Look good and are very sticky. The Michelin's are better tires, but the cost difference might make these worthwhile buy. I know they are less than $200 a tire if you look around for the 275/35R20 I have. Not sure about your size.
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I would recommend something from Michelin-but that's just me.
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