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hancockd

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Wow im surprised how good these tires are. I have the michelin primacy mxv4 and after 20k they are starting to hydroplane in the wet and starting to lose grip in the dry. I've heard that these tires have a noise issue is that true? Im plan on getting these for my next set of tires.

When I first got them they were a little louder than the tires that were on there originally but nothing too extreme or annoying
 

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...tires won't reduce body roll.


but other than that, I'm glad you like them.
 

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Very interesting since the Solus' are one of the highest rated tires out there (for the money). I'm not disagreeing with you at all, since I don't have experience with either tire.

in the winter the solus' are pretty ugly, and the dry and wet handling is much sloppier than the ATT's.
 

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My wife uses the same tires on her car (03 Grand Am) for the past 4 years. I have to say That thay are great all around tires. Only hydroplaned in them onece because the tires were closed to balled and only sliped in the snow 2 times. That's damn good in 4 years.
 

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since i maid this thread ive hit 55k on these tires and look great ill probly change them next summer
but as they get worn a little road noise just started hearing it this past month and i do rotations every 7500 to 10k or try to keep it every other oil change
 
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...tires won't reduce body roll.

but other than that, I'm glad you like them.

I agree if you mean that different brands of tires within the same profile ---/--/-- will not reduce body roll. But the smaller the sidewall, the less the tire contributes to body roll. It's a small amount, but it's there. Also summer tires tend to have a stiffer sidewall than A/S, and that can make a difference.

I'm not completely disagreeing with you, all I'm saying is tires do or don't contribute to body roll depending on their profile, albeit a small amount.
 
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