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Old 06 May 2007, 06:19 pm
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Default CR-V Tires

Greetings,

I have a 2002 CRV with 56,000 milers on it. It's time to put new tires
on it. 100% of my driving is on hard surfaces. Do any of you fellow CR-
V owners have any suggestions for which brand/model tire to buy? In
particular which might be the most quiet for highway driving?
Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama...?

Thanks in advance.

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Old 06 May 2007, 10:33 pm
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rickcremer@yahoo.com wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I have a 2002 CRV with 56,000 milers on it. It's time to put new tires
> on it. 100% of my driving is on hard surfaces. Do any of you fellow CR-
> V owners have any suggestions for which brand/model tire to buy? In
> particular which might be the most quiet for highway driving?
> Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama...?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>

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www.hondasuv.com Sign in and SEARCH first. Make sure you provide your
location. Very important when asking about tires.

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Old 07 May 2007, 08:48 am
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Default Re: CR-V Tires

On May 6, 7:19 pm, rickcre...@yahoo.com wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I have a 2002 CRV with 56,000 milers on it. It's time to put new tires
> on it. 100% of my driving is on hard surfaces. Do any of you fellow CR-
> V owners have any suggestions for which brand/model tire to buy? In
> particular which might be the most quiet for highway driving?
> Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama...?
>
> Thanks in advance.


The Tire Rack has a lot of consumer reviews for tires. You can search
for the appropriate tires for your particular vehicle. Lots of good
info there and good prices too. www.tirerack.com NFI, just a happy
repeat customer.

Dan D
'07 Ody EX
Central NJ USA

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Old 08 May 2007, 08:12 am
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rickcremer@yahoo.com wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> I have a 2002 CRV with 56,000 milers on it. It's time to put new tires
> on it. 100% of my driving is on hard surfaces. Do any of you fellow CR-
> V owners have any suggestions for which brand/model tire to buy? In
> particular which might be the most quiet for highway driving?
> Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama...?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>


500 miles on a new set of BFGoodrich tires from Costco. purportedly
owned by Michelin, BFGoodrich seems to be the choice of Honda for the
new CR-Vs, from what I have seen and heard...

I had asked here, and over on HondaSUV, weeks before purchasing, but
didn't get any responses. I hope mine helps you!

The 2003 CR-V 5 speed we own, with 68,000miles, tracks better, it seems.
YMMV, as this is seat-of-the-pants subjective. Comes with full
warranty for 60,000 miles, free rotations every 5,000 miles.

Hey, you want tires and a dealer you can depend on. Having bought tires
at Costco since 1989, with great service, nationwide, I do trust them.

Yep, the entire set of four, were $316 in Florida. Mounted, balanced,
with the road hazard fees, taxes, recycle taxes, all included.
P205/70R15 blackwalls in the Premiere Touring. See the website
costco.com for price comparisons.
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Old 09 May 2007, 03:04 pm
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triple treads from Goodyear seem to be highly rated and work very well on my
2005 for 20k miles. I buy from Goodyear and they will rotate and balance
every 6 months...These tires are directional also (roll one way)..
Very nice in the rain!!!
"nerdwizard" <nerdwizard@work.com> wrote in message
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> rickcremer@yahoo.com wrote:
>> Greetings,
>>
>> I have a 2002 CRV with 56,000 milers on it. It's time to put new tires
>> on it. 100% of my driving is on hard surfaces. Do any of you fellow CR-
>> V owners have any suggestions for which brand/model tire to buy? In
>> particular which might be the most quiet for highway driving?
>> Michelin, Goodyear, Yokohama...?
>>
>> Thanks in advance.
>>

>
> 500 miles on a new set of BFGoodrich tires from Costco. purportedly
> owned by Michelin, BFGoodrich seems to be the choice of Honda for the
> new CR-Vs, from what I have seen and heard...
>
> I had asked here, and over on HondaSUV, weeks before purchasing, but
> didn't get any responses. I hope mine helps you!
>
> The 2003 CR-V 5 speed we own, with 68,000miles, tracks better, it seems.
> YMMV, as this is seat-of-the-pants subjective. Comes with full
> warranty for 60,000 miles, free rotations every 5,000 miles.
>
> Hey, you want tires and a dealer you can depend on. Having bought tires
> at Costco since 1989, with great service, nationwide, I do trust them.
>
> Yep, the entire set of four, were $316 in Florida. Mounted, balanced,
> with the road hazard fees, taxes, recycle taxes, all included.
> P205/70R15 blackwalls in the Premiere Touring. See the website
> costco.com for price comparisons.



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