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anyone run 195/55/14 Kumho's and opinions? thanks.(nt)


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they have a nice rim gard. the only complaint i've heard about them is they wear quick, but i didn't really have any prob in that area

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Priced right, but I could never get the car dialed in. Running the Yokos, I would just set my pressures and go autocross. Car was balanced and predictable. With the Kumhos I went up and down on pressures and could never find the sweet spot. the inside edge wore very fast on the rears and this seems typical on the M3s that ran the Kumhos. On an 02, I doubt it would be as extreme, but as you go to a wider tire you might see the wear.

For a daily driver I really like the Yoko Avid T4s and V4s. Plenty of tread depth and seem to be fine in the rain. They do feel a little squirmy for the first 1 or 2000 miles, but after that they seem to settle down. Probably just OK in the snow. If you are doing any real snow time I would get a set of Alpins or Hakkas.

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