Michelin All Weather Tires Got about 46m out of them. Feel cheated.

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Old 01 Mar 2004, 10:23 pm   #1 (permalink)
humblejohn
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Default Michelin All Weather Tires Got about 46m out of them. Feel cheated.

i do all highway driving, keep the proper air pressure and do no
hotrodding. I should be getting better mileage than this, no? I am
considering another kind of tire but if this is all you can reasonable
expect maybe i should stick with michelin. the ride and handling were
excellent but- they only last for so long.
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Old 01 Mar 2004, 10:59 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Michelin All Weather Tires Got about 46m out of them. Feel cheated.

You are kidding. THere is much more to tires than how long they last. You
did fine if they otherwise performed well.



"humblejohn" <humbleton@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> i do all highway driving, keep the proper air pressure and do no
> hotrodding. I should be getting better mileage than this, no? I am
> considering another kind of tire but if this is all you can reasonable
> expect maybe i should stick with michelin. the ride and handling were
> excellent but- they only last for so long.



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Old 02 Mar 2004, 09:01 am   #3 (permalink)
Daniel M. Dreifus
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Default Re: Michelin All Weather Tires Got about 46m out of them. Feel cheated.

humbleton@yahoo.com (humblejohn) wrote in message news:<42f5b3ab.0403012023.439fde6a@posting.google. com>...
> i do all highway driving, keep the proper air pressure and do no
> hotrodding. I should be getting better mileage than this


Check tirerack.com, Yokohama Avid Touring. Believe the limited
warranty is 80,000 miles. Well suited for highway driving - quiet,
smooth, long wearing.
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Old 02 Mar 2004, 08:57 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: Michelin All Weather Tires Got about 46m out of them. Feel cheated.


>Check tirerack.com, Yokohama Avid Touring. Believe the limited
>warranty is 80,000 miles. Well suited for highway driving - quiet,
>smooth, long wearing.


I bought the Yokohamas for my 97. I had some on an old celebrity and
loved them, so I thought I'd try 'em on the Toyota. They are so much
better than the tires that came on the car! If you're happy with the
performance, then the mileage is secondary. if you really just have to
have more mileage from your purchase, Maybe these Yokohamas are the
one for you. Look at the tire rack web site, and compare tires and
read the customer reviews,...................there are pros and cons
to almost every tire available.




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