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I have 14 inch rims, and need new tires, but I'm not sure what size to buy. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Well, if you have the stock 14" alloys from the CRX Si, I would get what I just got... a set of Falken Azenis Sports for $52.00 / tire at www.tires.com . It appears that the just raised the price, it was $44 a piece, but you had to pay for shipping.

chris

Whoops! I forgot to mention that we they are 196/60/14s.
 

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dunlop and toyo make tires in the 196/55/14 size. The toyos are hard to find, but most everyone has the dunlops
 

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you looking for performance tires or jes regular ones?

i have 185/65/14 bridgestone potenzas on my car 14" 98 civic ex steelies.
 

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Not exactly sure of the size you'd need, but you might give kuhmo's a try. I've got a set on my 15's and love em.
inexpensive as well.
 

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exalto

bridgestone potenza s03
toyo proxes t1-s
michelin pilot exalto

the michelin do the same as the toyo's, but perform a hel of a lot better in rain...

I'd get the michelins....
 

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Re: exalto

b16a1 said:
bridgestone potenza s03
toyo proxes t1-s
michelin pilot exalto

the michelin do the same as the toyo's, but perform a hel of a lot better in rain...

I'd get the michelins....
You could probably go with any of the above and be happy with it. I've got Toyo proxes on 17's, but don't really drive the car in the wet 'cause i show the car a lot.
 

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oh man...is just rained today and yesterday, and i really need new tires. Mine are pretty damn bald (no wet grip), but they still work fine in the dry. And...the brakes are really prone to lock-up
 

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time for rain in southern cali...im glad my tires have a grip left.
 

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woehahahah LOL

mine are becoming slicks FAST!!!

just switched from 16" et30 (looks great, drives like ... well... you know... what comes out when you go to the bathroom :D ) to the stock 14" et50 !!!! rims...

friend of mine had them and sold to me cheap... tires were not much to start with, but since I can do about 15-20 mph higher cornering speeds (that's the importance of a good rim-offset for you ;) ) welll.... let's just say I'm not driving like a true gentleman anymore :rolleyes:

but ah well.... who cares... FF drifting YEAH!!!!

(rain season starting to wear thin here, so I''m not having too much problems... and the old 16"s were pure suicide, so I'm used to driving slow in the rain :( )
 

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i have a buddy that just put some pirellies on his stock steelies and he loves them, alot better than the falkens on his 17's, but not sure of the size or anything, but just giving another brand to look into
 
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