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Old 14 Jul 2006, 08:05 am
D.D. Pallmer
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Default CR-V Tires

I recently installed Michelin LTX-MS tire on my wife's Mountaineer
(Explorer) and they are the best tires we've ever owned. Had 'me on an old
'99 Explorer and I promised myself I'd get them on the new one as I did and
they are great.

I am wondering about putting this tire on my '05 CRV-SE? It is too
"truck-ie" for this vehicle? I live in Pittsburgh and we burn thru tires (up
and down hills all day long). The truck-like characteristics of the LTX-MS
seems to hold up better. Currently are 14 month old CR-V has 10,000 miles on
it, but the burn rate will be much quicker now that my teen daughter is
driving (so will my hair-graying rate). The factory Bridgestone Dueler tires
are crap...about 1/2 to 3/4 worn to replacement.

So what do you folks think about the tire I propose?

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