Originally posted by Brikhead: Kumho
Originally posted by Eddie: After much research I chose Kumho 716 HPs. Not the cheapest but the best value which is more important than cheap.
quote:I agree with the others. I currently have Kumho 716 HP4s on my civic and there excellant!
Originally posted by Bamaro: Kumho
quote:True....but you're original topic said "best Budget tires", and Kumho's tire pricing easily falls into the budget catagory.
Originally posted by Korean_redneck: Kumho Doesn't Count. Kumho is a huge COmpany .. not just tires.. but shipping, etc.. I thinking Like Kelly's, COrdovey, Sonar, etc..
quote:The best way to get budget tires is to choose a low cost tire size. This way even the premium makes become good value! PS. I have never heard of a 185/50R15 tire size. Surely some mistake? [ October 14, 2005, 01:34 PM: Message edited by: smartboost ]
In my Opinion I think Sonars are the best Budget Tires out there. They are made in the USA by Cooper Tires. I only paid 50 dollars for a 185 50R15, they last long and has Average Traction What do you guys think?
quote:I prefer 195/65R15 to 205/55R16 as the ride is more comfy. However, 205/55R16 works well on the front of a Porsche 911. Just remember to fit a wider 225/50R16 or 245/45R16 on the back!
This would be another vote for getting a tire size with lots of availability of good, inexpensive tires (like 205/55R16).
quote:I'd like to put 195/65R15's on for my winter tires, but I'd much rather have my big brakes!
Originally posted by smartboost: I prefer 195/65R15 to 205/55R16 as the ride is more comfy. However, 205/55R16 works well on the front of a Porsche 911. Just remember to fit a wider 225/50R16 or 245/45R16 on the back!