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      12-01-2012, 01:44 AM   #1
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which tire should i change

i got a nail on my rear passenger tire, n when i went to shop they found a big crack on it.
so now i am thinking to change both of rear tires
the size is 285 25 20
dont really know which brand is good



Michelin Pilot Super Sport
nitto invo
Hankook Ventus V12 evo

which one is good ? chould u guys help me out thx.
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I think Michelin PSS is the best of that group from what I've heard. Also the most exp. But you may want some more opinions, and you also might want to post this in the Wheels/Tires section.
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      12-01-2012, 01:59 AM   #3
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I think Michelin PSS is the best of that group from what I've heard. Also the most exp. But you may want some more opinions, and you also might want to post this in the Wheels/Tires section.
thx, for ur reply,
the price i get for
Michelin Pilot Super Sport is 1100 for two of them, i can get it from canadian tries but they cant install those tires on my car.
and the shop i went , they suggest me the notti invo n its 1040 that the best deal they have. 1400 for totall for two notti invo tires , wheel balance, n also the wheel linement
wut do u think is the best ?
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      12-01-2012, 04:31 AM   #4
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I've got hankook v12 and love em. I think theyre great tires and since we all burn through them anyways no need to spend extra. best bang for the buck in my opinion.

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      12-01-2012, 04:34 AM   #5
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I have Hankook V12s and they're great, I've heard a lot of good things from the PSS also.
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v12 are best bang for buck.

Had Few sets and no complains.

But then again, if money isn't issue.
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I just recently changed all four of my tires to Hankook V12 and i'm happy, barely any road noise, good summer tires, and way better than my old tires which were Falken 452's.
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I am in the exact same situation right now. My rear drivers side caught a nail and ripped open. I have Invos all around and didn't plan to change brand. However all Invos in 285/25/20 are on backorder. No one seems to have this damn tire anywhere.

So I will be changing both rears as well since Nitto's are out of the question. I guess tire prices in Canada are drastically higher because I paid $300 a tire. Dont know how the shop wants 1040 for only two. Had my buddy get me a quote on all different brands so I'll be deciding this week. Good luck
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PSS for sure,

V12 if on budget!!
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I have had a few sets of v12 and there a good summer tire for the money. Best option in my opinion
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      12-03-2012, 09:40 AM   #13
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I am in the exact same situation right now. My rear drivers side caught a nail and ripped open. I have Invos all around and didn't plan to change brand. However all Invos in 285/25/20 are on backorder. No one seems to have this damn tire anywhere.

So I will be changing both rears as well since Nitto's are out of the question. I guess tire prices in Canada are drastically higher because I paid $300 a tire. Dont know how the shop wants 1040 for only two. Had my buddy get me a quote on all different brands so I'll be deciding this week. Good luck
Yea, the tries prices in Canada is way higher than U.S , n I finally bought two pss tires on tire rock. 960for total including the12%tax in bc n the shipping. It was cheapest way I as I know. Anyway thx for all u guys help ,I'll post some pictures after I get it all done
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