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2003 S2000 rear tires - done at 10,000?

Old 07-03-2018, 09:23 AM
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Default 2003 S2000 rear tires - done at 10,000?

2003 S2000 rear tires (Continental Extreme Contact)-original equipment? replaced once? at 21,000. Lasted 10,000! I drive this thing like a baby.

recommended replacement tires?

Old 07-03-2018, 07:21 PM
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welcome to the forum. 1st make sure you have a good wheel alignment, these are the tires i used on my Fit, traveled 4 days a week from palmdale to ontario for work.
dunlap, cheap but good for 35k, i drive unsafe, turns at 75mph speeds average 80mph and when no hwy patrol 100+. kumho 60k miles, turns at 80mph pirelli 80k+ make turns at 90mph tight not loose, expensive tire but good performance. then to yokohamas, still on car, no more fast turns, hard ride but good handling. also all these tires held good in the rain, above safe speed and turns. make sure you know your car handling before you do stupid stuff i do. good tires are expensive but handle and ware good. also used americas tires since 1988 never had a problem with them in all the years i've had tires from them.
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