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Old 24 Dec 2004, 02:53 pm
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Default CRV Tires

We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not great
for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing them
soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the snow,
without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the year.
Any suggestions?

Thanks.


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Old 24 Dec 2004, 03:21 pm
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In article <ll%yd.706173$mD.198763@attbi_s02>, "anon" <anon@anon.com>
wrote:

> We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
> wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not great
> for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing them
> soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the snow,
> without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the year.
> Any suggestions?


Absolutely. The Nokian WR. http://www.nokiantires.com It's
all-season--the only all-season tire from a manufacturer that otherwise
makes SERIOUS snow tires--and it has the Severe Service rating, complete
with the snowflake and mountain marking. But for all that, it's a great
overall road tire.

I *love* this tire. I got it about a month ago, and this past week had
the opportunity to see it at work in the snow. It's quiet on dry
pavement, handles great, and tackles the snow like nobody's business. I
expected that, given their heritage, but still.

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Old 25 Dec 2004, 01:25 am
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Default Re: CRV Tires

Hi,

I have a 2002 CRV with about 33,500 miles. I've noticed over the
last couple months the tires seem to be wearing. I plan to replace mine
sometime in the Spring. The main two I am interested in are the
GoodYear Regatta 2 and the GoodYear Assurance tires. The best price
I've found them for so far have been walmart.

"anon" <anon@anon.com> wrote in message
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> We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
> wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not great
> for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing

them
> soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the snow,
> without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the year.
> Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks.
>
>



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Old 18 Feb 2005, 01:13 am
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On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 20:53:38 GMT, "anon" <anon@anon.com> wrote:

>We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
>wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not great
>for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing them
>soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the snow,
>without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the year.
>Any suggestions?
>
>Thanks.
>


I am in the same situation.
I hear Toyo or Yokohama are both very good tires.
Most likely a M+S ( Mud and Snow ) all season tire will do.
Do you have BF Goodrich tires on your CRV now ?
Your symptoms sound identical to mine.
I was wondering if the CRV is not good in the snow.
I have BF Goodrich and they really suck in the snow.
A lousy tire.
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Old 18 Feb 2005, 01:46 am
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On Sat, 25 Dec 2004 01:25:51 -0600, "Todd" <USArmy24ID@yahoo.com>
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a 2002 CRV with about 33,500 miles. I've noticed over the
>last couple months the tires seem to be wearing. I plan to replace mine
>sometime in the Spring. The main two I am interested in are the
>GoodYear Regatta 2 and the GoodYear Assurance tires. The best price
>I've found them for so far have been walmart.
>
>"anon" <anon@anon.com> wrote in message
>news:ll%yd.706173$mD.198763@attbi_s02...
>> We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
>> wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not great
>> for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing

>them
>> soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the snow,
>> without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the year.
>> Any suggestions?
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>>

>


I had Goodyears on my Dakota and Jeep Commanche Pickup
in the past. M +S all season. They wear very slow and have a stiffer
ride. You will feel the bumps in the road. The tires wear very slow.
I got about 60,000 miles out of them before I rotated front to rear.
I dont know how they would wear or ride on the CRV as I am
new to the vehicle.
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Old 05 Mar 2005, 09:08 pm
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I've had 30,000 miles on Michelin HydroEdge. Great all around and not bad in
snow. Of course, I don't cross country. These tires are on a 2002 CR-V EX.
They are far better than anything I've had before on wet/watery roads.
Zelma1

"Winky" <BranchManager@Swingtown.net> wrote in message
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> On Sat, 25 Dec 2004 01:25:51 -0600, "Todd" <USArmy24ID@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have a 2002 CRV with about 33,500 miles. I've noticed over the
>>last couple months the tires seem to be wearing. I plan to replace mine
>>sometime in the Spring. The main two I am interested in are the
>>GoodYear Regatta 2 and the GoodYear Assurance tires. The best price
>>I've found them for so far have been walmart.
>>
>>"anon" <anon@anon.com> wrote in message
>>news:ll%yd.706173$mD.198763@attbi_s02...
>>> We have a 2002 CRV that we love, but the tires that came on the car are
>>> wearing down after about 30,000 miles. Even when new, they were not
>>> great
>>> for traction in the snow, all wheel drive and all. We will be replacing

>>them
>>> soon and are wanting to get something with a little more grip in the
>>> snow,
>>> without getting snow tires that won't be functional the rest of the
>>> year.
>>> Any suggestions?
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>>
>>>

>>

>
> I had Goodyears on my Dakota and Jeep Commanche Pickup
> in the past. M +S all season. They wear very slow and have a stiffer
> ride. You will feel the bumps in the road. The tires wear very slow.
> I got about 60,000 miles out of them before I rotated front to rear.
> I dont know how they would wear or ride on the CRV as I am
> new to the vehicle.



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