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Author: absmith Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 11698  
Subject: Tires Date: 11/4/2000 7:06 AM
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If anyone is need of a truly exceptional street performance tire with good wet-weather capability (I don't know about snow, however), try the Bridgestone RE730. My first trip back into the local mountains after having these babies mounted was a revelation. Progressive breakaway at the limit and predictable oversteer even in my front drive though well-engineered Prelude. Price is right too.
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Subject: Re: Tires Date: 11/4/2000 7:01 PM
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I'll also bang the Bridgestone gong. I have Potenza RE910's on my VW GTI VR6. Far better in every way than the Goodyear Eagle GA's that came stock. Even with aftermarket springs, dampers, and a trick alighnment, they hold great and give up predictably. I run them all year in MN.

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