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Posted by Chris Price on September 15, 2000 at 08:04:29:

In Reply to: re730, avs sport, so2pp, compare in perform+value? posted by Gary P. on September 14, 2000 at 23:13:53:

I Had the SO2s and they had incredible grip and treadlife, but the thing i did not like about them was that they started sounding like my truck tires. I now have the AVS sports they grip almost as good, but they may get better i have not had them long. My friends cars that have them have not made any truck like tire noise though. if you dont care about the noise the so2s will eventually make then go for them, I couldnt handle comming up to a red light sounding lke i had some super swampers on my m3.


I know the re730 has a very attractive price but, how does it compare to the so2pp? and how the so2pp compare to the avs sport. Yoks are cheaper that the so2's but is the re730 best bang for buck since it's cheapes with highest treadware? Is there that much difference between these tires?

Is the re730 compareable to the pilot mxx3's


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