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Might be helpful to know the vehicle, usage, location, existing tire size, to help sort out what has worked best... The more specifics the better! </quote>

Its a 2017 Subaru Forester. I think its 225/60-R17
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Might be helpful to know the vehicle, usage, location, existing tire size, to help sort out what has worked best... The more specifics the better!
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Currently, General Tire is owned by Continental. I have no current experience, but back a number of years ago, they made a number of very good tires.

I would suggest that as long as the tires in question have a substantial number of reviews for your application/tire, I'd go with them.

The only issue I would bring out is I suspect the mileage expectations and warranty may be shorter than the Michelens due to difference in tread compounds.
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For our RV/Trailer, I go by the date codes stamped in the tires, before I go on a long run again, like next year, I'll order up a new set, swap 'em out.. They are overdue..

https://www.liferv.com/public/How-old-is-too-old-for-RV-tire...
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Might be helpful to know the vehicle, usage, location, existing tire size, to help sort out what has worked best... The more specifics the better! </quote>

Its a 2017 Subaru Forester. I think its 225/60-R17
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