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      04-14-2008, 12:29 PM   #1
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EAGE F-1's??????

Can Any Please Help Me Out In Finding The Best Website Where I Can Order An Eagle F-1 Tire..... Thanks For Your Help
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      04-14-2008, 12:41 PM   #2
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Don't order that tire unless you want your BMW to drive like a caddy. They have the softest sidewalls and they're dry grip is sub-par. Get the PS2's or RE050's.
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While I'm not the biggest fan of my F1's, I do not think they make my car ride like a caddy, nor do they have subpar grip in my estimation. I do agree that PS2's are a better tire, hence I will be buying a set when my tires go.

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http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tests/...y.jsp?ttid=101

Looks like the F-1 Assymetrics are a very good tire..at least as good as the PS2s.
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Don't order that tire unless you want your BMW to drive like a caddy. They have the softest sidewalls and they're dry grip is sub-par. Get the PS2's or RE050's.
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not at all

Ps2s have VERY soft sidewalls

My friend had his fold over which resulted in him hitting a tree going 80 MPH!


I have the eagles and are very happy with them

order them from tirerack, they have great prices
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not at all

Ps2s have VERY soft sidewalls

My friend had his fold over which resulted in him hitting a tree going 80 MPH!


I have the eagles and are very happy with them

order them from tirerack, they have great prices
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The F1 is not soft and grip extremely well...even on my much heavier e38.
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Don't order that tire unless you want your BMW to drive like a caddy. They have the softest sidewalls and they're dry grip is sub-par. Get the PS2's or RE050's.
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You crazy!!
Reallll crazy. GSD3s are the truth.
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I had F1's on another vehicle they were perfect. As far as wet traction. I did somethings in the rain that I shouldn't have done with these tires. Tire rack is the place to get them!
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I know im going to like my eagle F1s !!
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The Eagle F1s have great traction but as they start to wear down, the tires will become noisy.
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