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Should i replace my 2004 murano tires at the dealer and are there better tires available now for the 2004 murano?

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I've had good luck getting the same brand / size of tire from Sears for my Nissan Vehicles. I replaced the factory tires with identical tires at 60K miles and the Murano still rides and handles like it was new.

Other brands from what came from the factory, always seem to be a little different in size or handling. I always try to get what came on it from the factory.

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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It always pays to shop around for tires. Tire availability at the dealer is almost always based on a contract between the manufacturer and the tire company and price to the manufacturer is always high on the list of priorities when these decisions are made.
Better depends on what you want your tires to do. If you are doing a lot of pavement driving then a good all season tire or summer tire is the best. If you are doing a lot of off road or dirt road driving then you should get a tire with a more aggressive tread. Unless you are doing a lot of high speed twisty driving you don't need those super sticky expensive tires either. They are made of soft rubber and wear out very fast, better a middle of the road tire that will last. If you are looking to get winter tires forget about all seasons. Get a good aggressive mud and snow tread on your tires. In winter conditions all season tires aren't worth a pinch of (fill in the blanks). I drive a municipal plow truck in the winter and every storm I see dozens of people who can't understand why they are getting stuck with their new winter all seasons.The tread is not aggressive enough for any amount of snow. Hope this helps and sorry for the rant.

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Yes, check out any good tire dealer, Michelin's are very good tires.

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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