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Old 01-26-2013, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by mkossler View Post
In all the time I had the tire store, I never encountered any tires that matched Michelin for quality, durability and all-around performance. There were some very good non-Michelin tires out there and some that were perhaps better as point solutions (like the early days of 205/55R16 and 245/50R16 staggered setups on the 911 that really did well with the Yokohama A09's... every 10K miles) - but given a choice I will always go for the Michelin. No myths involved, just observation of thousands of tire fitments over the years.
Funny. You actually ran a tire store but messageboard heros will still argue against your experience lol. And, it's not like you're even selling anything...

Michelin is far and away the best tire brand.
Some manufacturers make better purpose tires (like Yokohama), but overall nobody comes close to Michelin!
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