"Extended driving, overinflate by 4psi" "Rotate every 5000, rotate when changing oil" (I rotate for seasons) "Tires should be rotated considering degree of overall damage" (I assume that means damaged tires in rear) ...discuss among yourselves.
quote:I'm sorry but your info is incorrect, the SP Sport A2 Plus is NOT a directional tire in any way, shape or form. It has to be installed with proper side out as marked on the side wall. But they CAN be cross rotated, to extend life and keep the noise under control, yet maintain the outside-orientation mentioned before. The company who makes it, doesn't put a rotation direction on the side wall for a good reason, and I tend to believe the source
Originally posted by toocrazy2yoo: ...They're directional-centric, and must be installed on the correct sides of the car for the rib and compound design to be oriented properly. Rotation is front-back only, never a side to side flop...
quote:OEM tires on new cars are always a cr/\p shoot, regardless of car. Car manufacturers have their deals with tire manufacturers, and they'll use the cheapest tire they can get that meets some basic specs that they set forth.
Originally posted by toocrazy2yoo: I realize Hyundai wasn't going to put a great tire on an AccentGT, but jeeez..
quote:Any first hand experience with Nokian WR? I was curious how the A2 compares to the WR. From all I've read and heard, the WR should be better, mainly during winter, alas it's more expensive.
Originally posted by Auto-Union: I must have purchased two dozen A2s. Nearly the best in snow, very quiet. I consider it a touchstone to compare others to.