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Old 09-24-2007, 02:45 PM   #131
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heh, it's LRR for Low Rolling Resistance. Couple people have posted that their Low Rolling Resitant tires lasted very long time like 80,000 miles.
thanks for the correction. about the lrr(tired, almost put llr) tires: the way we gassavers drive, would it not be resonable to think an 80,000 mile non lrr could go 100,000+. that's MY correction to your understanding of my point.
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perhaps i should start a new thread?
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:06 PM   #133
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The viva 2's are not that much i pait around 50 bucks each for them my mxv4 +'s are around 150 bucks each and they are not any better when it comes to mileage.
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thanks for the correction. about the lrr(tired, almost put llr) tires: the way we gassavers drive, would it not be resonable to think an 80,000 mile non lrr could go 100,000+. that's MY correction to your understanding of my point.
I'd imagine they are probably made of a harder rubber, and the people driving w/ them probably aren't burning out that much
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They add silica to it to stiffin the rubber up thats what makes it a lrr tire.
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