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Tire Recommendations

I need to replace the tires on my wife's 03 Chevy Trailblazer. Can any of you recommend a website that has reviews/recommendations on tires?

Thanks in advance.
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Tire Rack I believe
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www.tirerack.com is the best, IMO
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Re: Tire Recommendations

Do you want a quiet all-season road tire or something more aggressive?

And then there's this asshole...
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Re: Tire Recommendations

I recently replaced the tires on my Tundra with Coopers...one of their newer all season or all terrain, don't remember the model. They were considerably less than the Michelins I'd used before, and they have a nice quiet ride. I was pleasantly surprised.
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Re: Tire Recommendations

Not sure what kind of tire I want. I'm leaning towards an all-season radial since my wife drives it.

What I'm really looking for is something along the lines of a consumer reports type site that has tire reviews.
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Re: Tire Recommendations

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What I'm really looking for is something along the lines of a consumer reports type site that has tire reviews.
Tire Rack is good for that, and you can look through the reviews for ones near you that may be more appropriate for your driving conditions.
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Re: Tire Recommendations

+1 tirerack.com. Great prices, fast shipping, and awesome customer service.

44" Boggers

She'll never, ever get stuck anywhere ever again. And the sidewall is so stiff, they're like runflats on the highway
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+1 tirerack.com. Great prices, fast shipping, and awesome customer service.

44" Boggers

She'll never, ever get stuck anywhere ever again. And the sidewall is so stiff, they're like runflats on the highway
SWEET! Those would be awesome. I guess I should've gotten the 4x4!
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