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Yokohama AVS ES100 tires

i was just wondering if anyone has these tires and if so how they have lasted and any other useful information that i should know. i plan on purchasing the factory size. i would appreciate any thoughts or concerns or even suggestions on a good tire to replace the original rubber on my goat.
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How much do you want to spend?
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100-200$
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per tire that is
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nahhhhhhh .. bridgestone S03s ... are hella pimp.. even harder on the pocketbook tho LMFAO..."full race"

Falken Azenis are really good for grip/drift "good all around.. soft compound"

Advan racing tires are good aswell ... Neova/AD48/AD3ZR... my friend has um on his VW GTI "advan Neova" ... "they suck when it rains tho"...havent heard much about the Parada's ...

those are the only 3 street tires i would ever drop on my ride....

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I've got a set of Bridgestone Potenza S-03's going on in the spring,
Also good is the Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3
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I've got a set of Bridgestone Potenza S-03's going on in the spring,
Also good is the Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3
you lucky dawg !!!! ... all my friends that have the S03s LOVE um... they claim its the best tire they have ever raced on... I wanted um but the cost is insane LOL....settled on the 3rd best the Falkens .. LOL oh well drifting i dont need that much traction .. also I hate when rocks get melted into the tires .... LOL ... I gotta stay away from the super soft compounds...
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Everything must be expensive where you live!
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Everything must be expensive where you live!
ya ... We can buy stuff like that but then we be eating noodles for dinner for a month .. cant do that tho LOL..
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I had Yoko's on my Tahoe a couple of years ago. Now, duh, I know these were SUV tires, however they wore INCREDIBLY fast. Great tires while they lasted, but I'm not real keen on buying Yokos again. Before purchasing, besure to look at the wear factor, and owner reviews on tirerack.com if possible.
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