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Originally posted by Corin
oh, the other reason I didn't go for the Kumhos this time is that the really high warranty number makes me nervous. Usually a really high mileage warranty on a tire means that it's hard as a rock, making the ride really rough and doesn't have the performance characteristics that I would like.
SO FAR, everyone is saying the ride is great, but I am wondering if the ride will deteriorate quickly after 10k or 20k miles? Only time will tell. I hope everyone will keep posting their experiences, because if the ride stays good, and they last that long, and they're still that cheap, then those will DEFINITELY be my next set.
Originally posted by whatsup
...These are quiet tires on the highway and they are great in snow. It snowed every day I was away and I tried the AWD feature out a lot on the MO. The Kumhos worked great and had good traction in all conditions. For the $460 (installed) I spent at Sears, these were an excellent choice....
Originally posted by Gonzo
I saw Kumho tires, excellent treadwear rating (680) the GY's were like 350 I think and both had AB ratings... so I went with them.
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