I have spent $200 and been to two VW dealers trying to figure out a vibration that I can feel in my seat and steering wheel. I can also hear the vibration some what loudly. Both shops have said that they believe I have a couple of cupped tires.
I bought my Bridgstone Potenza G009's from Tire...
I'm too lazy to swap wheels so a good A/S is the choice. I am looking at these on stock 16's with 4 mo. I would say it is for typical street commuter style driving but the wife generally drives it so spirited is probably a more accurate description. Anyone got an opinion?
Surprised Rudy didn't tip you guys on these, but Tire Rack is closing them out on the cheap. A few sizes left. Give them a call:
195/50-15 $77 ea (normally $120 ea)
205/45-16 $106 ea (normally $172 ea)
225/50-16 $77 ea (normall $147 ea)
235/45-17 $116 ea (normally $211 ea)
245/40-17 $116 ea...
has anyone had experience with these? I desperately need new tires. I'm blown away on the price though, are they cheap?
I recently put a set of 18 inch wheels with these tires on my Passat and was wondering if anyone else has had them and what your opinion and observations on them would be? Things like comfort, wet/dry traction and even snow, and treadwear. These are my first set of wide, low 18 inch tires and so...
Switched from the Turanza LS-H to the Potenza G009.
Better Looks, Treadwear has been good, Quiet (no audible difference), Lower Price and for the handling - well I just can't tell the difference.
Running 205/55/16 Borbet CA - 1.8T Manual
My recommendation for the average joe.
Well, a bit off top, since it's for another car, 2003 C320, not Passat. I thought I'd ask anyway. Ireally need new set of tires for that Merc. I have Potenza 950 on it now, Very disappointed. Very fast wear and rapid drop in performance with wear. I mean VERY rapid. Now, I am looking at few...
Well I'm in the market for some good performing All-Seasons as I'm moving to snow country in a few weeks and these Bridgestones are up at the top of the chart on Tirerack right now so I thought I'd check and see if anyone else has gotten them or checked them out. :thumbup:
to clay or anyone who can help
when i put on my summer sets a week ago (17" Superleggeras on Bridgestone RE750s), i had a grinding noise and a whump-whump-whump noise (linear to wheel rotation)
i thought both were caused by the wheel bearing, which i had replaced by and independent euro shop for...