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08-09-2019 08:03 PM
JUST1MORE Still running factory tires at 19,780 and just ordered some Michelin Pilots 285/35 for the rear and 255/40 for the front. Due to the fact the the rims have some curb-rash I will have them repaired the same day prior to the new skins going on.
08-07-2019 10:40 PM
SirShiftAlot 12,000 and i felt bad
Never had a set of rear tires last that long
06-25-2019 10:54 AM
Originally Posted by Bill Bond View Post
About 17K on our 2015 Auto.
They were replaced with all season tires and will never purchase the OEM tires again.
I don't blame you. I don't think anyone has bought the OEM tires. Too many better alternatives.
06-25-2019 10:51 AM
Bill Bond About 17K on our 2015 Auto.
They were replaced with all season tires and will never purchase the OEM tires again.
06-21-2019 09:59 PM
Mt. Dew I'm at ~16,000 and while the fronts still have a good amount of tread, the rears are almost down to the wear bars. I hit a massive pothole last weekend which put a bulge in the sidewall of one of the rears so I took that as a sign. I got DWS 06's (~$770 for all 4 corners after rebate, plus tax and installation) from Tirerack this week, and they go on Tuesday.

I planned on replacing them all this year anyways, although I would've liked to waited another 2k or so. No biggie though. The car should feel safer with some of the crazy summer deluge rainstorms we get here in eastern NC.
05-31-2019 03:05 PM
barbastard I'm around 31,300 on my originals...still going strong. I daily drive my car and I could probably make them last thru the end of the year. That being said....I do plan on replacing them with new tires and wheels before the summer is over.
05-24-2019 11:03 PM
F1rebird about 10k 😂... But I did 2 full Hpde/track days(5 20 minute sessions each) on them so it was mainly outside edge wear. Put Michellin 4S' when i got wheels and love them
05-13-2019 09:19 PM
paintr My originals are at 17,500. Don't see any nylon yet. Thinking about a set of Milestar MS932's when and if the current set wears out.
05-06-2019 09:39 AM
Originally Posted by WesleySS View Post
Thanks for the feedback on the Michelin AS3.

If I am not driving like a toolbag how many miles can one expect to get on a set of them on a car like the SS?

Thank you.

20k is probably about average, with a lot of variation depending on driving habits so YMMV. Michelin AS/3 or Conti DSW 06 are the most popular choices for an all season performance tire, Im partial to the Michelin brand and they go on all my vehicles.

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05-06-2019 09:09 AM
Mr Monte
Originally Posted by WesleySS View Post
Never owned a car like the SS before.

Open to suggestions and/or input as to why you went with your choices and/or why to stay away from other makes.

Thank you,
Conti DWS06 are the way to go for the best year round experience. I run 245s in front & 285s in rear. I got almost 60K miles out the 1st set & should make that on the second as well. I got 40K miles our of my last 2 sets of rears. These tires are awesome in the wet, great with light snow, my 60-0 braking improved from 105ft down to 103ft. You will lose a bit on very aggressive handing thru twisty roads above 1g lateral the rear starts breaking loose.

I've driven well over 200K miles on Conti DWS06 as I put them on my Camaro, Challenger & Mustang as well. We get too much rain in Oregon not to have really good tires.
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