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Old 06-27-2009, 03:12 PM   #1
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I just got my Goodyear Fuel Max tires. So far, it seems to coast easier. They are more soft and squishy than the worn out "Triple Treads" they replaced. Even at 42psi front and back they still feel softer then the old Triple Treads with 37psi. Max pressure is rated at 51, so I have 9psi to go.
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how much did they cost? tell us the mpg difference on them compared to the old ones.
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I'd like to hear from anybody who has used these tires in the snow. They don't look like they'd have a lot of grip.
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They were around $125 a piece mounted and balanced. Not sure about the MPG difference yet. Only around 200 miles on them so far. and as far as snow, I will report back here in 6 months! They're claim is 4% better mileage. I can already "feel" the car coast better. AFAIK the tread is the same as standard Assurance tires. So I would imagine similar snow performance...
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