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Old 23 Jun 2008, 12:57 pm
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Question Long Trip on Civic VP

Riders..
Need your help !!

I am planning a long trip on my Civic VP 2000 approximately 1000 miles (500 each way) this weekend. Miles on my car around 55K

I am planning to get a new tires michelin - X® Radial DT.

Can anyone help me in advising me if at all i should go in my car..and if I can then what all should i need to replace or get it checked with mechanic. Also has anyone experienced michelin - X® Radial DT tires ?

Thanks !!

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