Richard's '02 V6 Coupe EX-L

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Thank you! :driving:



Thanks man! SSM ftw! :rock:



Yes, sir. There're pretty much identical, if not, the difference is barley noticeable. The hole has the same size. The piece itself could be a tad bigger but idt anybody would have a big concern haha.
Roger that. Thank you good sir!

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Forgot to document that my Powertrix rear LCA were shot last year. I remember running over some nasty dips in the night, and started to have a noise from my suspension from the next day. My rear tires were having a little play on the lift. It turned out to be my Powertrix.. R.I.P.. These were replaced with a new set of OEM LCA @ 171,1xx mi.
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Michelin Primacy MXV4 215/50R17 Grand Touring All-Season Tires
Price paid, Mileage: $676.00. Put on 14k miles (1year) so far.
Pros: Amazingly quiet & comfortable.←(One of the best 3 tires on the market.) Long treadwear life. 6 Years / 60,000 Miles warranty.
Cons: Price being a little on the higher side.
Final verdict: Definitely buy them again. Very good tires for those of you suffering from stiffer suspension setups.
Bought these new in Nov 2011. Drove for 6 years and 3 months, approximately 68K mi until yesterday. At first, I had rear wheels' camber being -2° for a year, and -1.5° all around until 2 years ago, and had it changed to -1° recently. Those unevenly wore out treads were done by me messing around with the tire air pressure.. I'm surprised that these tires lasted more than 60K miles with that setting.
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Bought these new in Nov 2011. Drove for 6 years and 3 months, approximately 68K mi until yesterday. At first, I had rear wheels' camber being -2° for a year, and -1.5° all around until 2 years ago, and had it changed to -1° recently. Those unevenly wore out treads were done by me messing around with the tire air pressure.. I'm surprised that these tires lasted more than 60K miles with that setting.
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If you got 68K on a 60K tire, you were doing well. Most times you'll only get 50K out of a 60K tire.That inner wear from 6 years of abuse doesn't look too bad either. So they basically cost you 112 a year for the 6 years. That's not too bad in the long run.
 

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^I'd like to think so, too haha. I actually wanted to be done with these tires last year before the winter, but I kept loosing the chance to replace them.. At that time, the tires weren't reaching 60K miles, so I wasn't too happy about it haha. But the last 8K miles of my driving experience was far from being stable on the ground though; The last payment of $112 was pretty dangerous to the point where my steering wheel was starting to shake quite noticeably on a residential street abt a few wks ago lol.



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PIRELLI, CINTURATO P7 215/50R17 91V Grand Touring All-Season Tires
Price paid, Mileage: $574.92 + shipping & tax. 50 mi.
Pros: Very x2 comfortable and quiet ride. Steering response is sharp. awesome dry traction. Wet traction is good enough to handle the weather up here in the PNW. Supposed to have a long tread wear life, so we'll see how it goes.
Cons: Not made in Italy lol.
Final verdict: Yet to be determined, but if these tires reaches 70K miles, I would definitely buy these again.

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^ Yeah, that would've been more legit if they really were haha.

Thanks! Need some deep cleaning though lol.



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