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Noisy tires very noist 18" tires on SE ... Anyone find a decent resonably priced tire that is "quiet"

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Hi I'm Peter, most of the time when you have high noise from your tires it is related to the tread design. The more aggressive the tread the noisier it will be so if you have all terrain or mud/snow tires they will be a lot louder than a highway tread. Talk to your favorite tire dealer and tell them you want a really quite tread. Unless you are doing some serious off roading a quite highway tread is fine. I can take my 2 wheel drive pickup a lot of places some people are scared to take their 4 wheel drives. Smooth and quite is the way to go. Nice car !

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