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Tires ant suggestions on good price and good tire

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Dunlop signature series
Sticky tire nice grip almost 0 squeal and smooth and not to mention they look great with very strong side walls
there are about $80 apiece

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I been getting the best life out of Firestone Precision Sport on my 2005 G6 GT. Handles good, but I noticed more road noise as it gets closer to end of tire life. Local Firestone dealer matched online price too.

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