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- Dec 29, 2019
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Believe me I am talking absolutely no crap about your tires at all. I just assumed that the ones with the outer edge wear were formerly one of your front tires just like mine.The center picture started it's life on the R/F and is now on the L/R.
The top and bottom pics is the R/R moved to the L/F.
And when I first mounted them I used 32 psi per the tire label on the door jamb and I hated it. They looked like saggy balls sack tire bulge. So I bumped them up to 34-35 and much more content.
These are about a year and a half old. I purposely wanted a cheap tire to beat the crap out of because I have been tinkering with some suspension drop and alignment projects so I knew I would get some fast wear until I get things more dialed in and finalized.
But overall they have been a very good tire and worth every penny. I'm really surprised how well they ride and handle in all conditions so far.
Next time I would be inclined to give them a try considering the tread pattern looks identical! When I bought my tires I searched all of the local big sellers, Walmart, Discount Tire, Tire Barn, and Costco where I have a membership. CostCo provided the best deal and also had a sale running at the time. I don't have a proper tire machine nor a balancing machine. In 18 years of driving I have never gone to a shop for anything other than tire repairs, tire mounting, and tire balancing. I take that back - I think my Father paid for my first ever oil change when I was 16, so I'll never be able to live that down! My total was $900 something something something. I also like to run higher than the door pressure regardless of vehicle, and my preference is 35 PSI throughout the board. My Mother had a 2003 Toyota Camry and I believe the OEM recommended pressure was 28 or 29 PSI if you can believe that, which is the lowest recommended pressure I had ever seen.
When I was young in my early teens I was helping my Grandmother, I filled her tires to the tire pressure listed on the sidewall. My Uncle corrected me after that, hah! Although with that being said, my Grandmother could have towed anything and wouldn't have had a blowout I suppose!