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      07-05-2007, 04:14 PM   #1
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Yokohama Advan S4: Any experience?

Appreciate any real world experience with these tires.

I replaced my RE50A RFTs a few weeks back with the same RE50A non-runflat version. Definitely an improvement over the RFTs but I still notice a fair amount of tramlining and the occasional wandering. I have a 30-day ride guarantee so can trade them in for whatever I want. I am willing to give up some extreme handling for better highway stability and overall ride.
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Very positive on my car. Hardly any tramling and wandering. Handling is very good, ride is quiet and supple even though I upped 2 sizes (16 to 18).
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