Tire recommendations - 98 Camry XLE

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Old 07 Aug 2003, 04:35 pm   #1 (permalink)
Grant Bannister
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Default Tire recommendations - 98 Camry XLE

Hi everyone,

I'm in the market for a set of tires for my '98 Camry XLE (V6). Can anybody
offer recommendations (or suggest tires to avoid)?

Thanks.


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Old 07 Aug 2003, 07:17 pm   #2 (permalink)
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In article <dCzYa.2014$2Y6.647782@news2.news.adelphia.net>,
mgbannister@adelphia.net says...
> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm in the market for a set of tires for my '98 Camry XLE (V6). Can anybody
> offer recommendations (or suggest tires to avoid)?


I have a set of Yokohama YK420s (bought from Discount / America's Tire
Company) and they are *EXCELLENT* tires. No road noise, the car handles
extremely well. I can take corners a lot faster than should be, no
squeals or anything.

YK420s are rated for 65k mi and Discount has always done a good job.

I would avoid the Yokohama Avid H4s, they are noisy tires.

Good luck!
John.

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Old 07 Aug 2003, 11:03 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Tire recommendations - 98 Camry XLE

Michelin just released a new tire called the Hydroedge which is replacing
the Xone
(http://www.michelinman.com/catalog/t...tml?source=mid)
.. From my discussions with a local tire shop, its aim is to provide
exceptional wet and snow traction, while giving a smooth quiet ride.

If you want a tire with excellent snow and ice traction, go with the Nokian
WR's (http://www.nokiantires.com/newsite/tires_popup.cfm?id=6). They are
the only tire that have the severe snow symbol and can be used in the
summer.

"Grant Bannister" <mgbannister@adelphia.net> wrote in message
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> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm in the market for a set of tires for my '98 Camry XLE (V6). Can

anybody
> offer recommendations (or suggest tires to avoid)?
>
> Thanks.
>
>



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