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Old 03-11-2005, 02:31 PM
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Rubber for Gen1 Lightning

Any recommendations on new rubber for my 95 Lightning? Have now Dunlop 265/55/17's and want to go back to orig size 275/60/17's. Am considering Michelin Cross Terrain or Kumho Ecsta Stx..... any suggestions for the best all around tire (daily driver & highway miles) is appreciated !!!
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Toyo Proxies would be a good tire to go with. Kumho's are priced low, but some people have had problems with them "cupping" over time. I have a set of Goodyears on mine now. They ride well and they're quite, but traction isn't as good as the other two.
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I am using fire stone firehawks on my 94 and i like them. They offer better traction than the Goodyear GT2's last longer and are cheaper.
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