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All,

I'm going to be needing new tires for my T/A in the next couple months. I'm wondering what you all have had the best luck with. I bought the car used so I'm not sure what they came with when it was new, but I doubt they came with the 'Ironman iMOVE SUV' tires that are on there now. The window sticker just says 'All season performance'. Fortunately the standard size is 275/40 and not the skinnier 245's.

Thanks in advance!!
 

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If you have the 9.5” wheels, I run 285/35 Continental Extreme Contact Sport all around on mine. You can get 285/40 but only a limited number of manufacturers for that size. I think Pirelli and Dunlop. 285’s are a good look and fit along with better handling IMO.
 

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If you have the 9.5” wheels, I run 285/35 Continental Extreme Contact Sport all around on mine. You can get 285/40 but only a limited number of manufacturers for that size. I think Pirelli and Dunlop. 285’s are a good look and fit along with better handling IMO.
I was wondering about going a little wider! I do have the 9.5" wheels so this is definately a possibility. Thanks!
 

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I believe the TA's came from the factory with Pirelli All Season 275/40ZR20's...but it's a matter of preference replacing them...looking at some summer B.F. Goodrich g-force sport comp's myself....good luck.
 

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I just put some Nitto NT555 G2’s on and love them. They are an ultra high performance summer tire but they have a excellent tread pattern and I am very pleased with them so far.
 

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My 5.7L T/A came with Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar. Only lasted about 16,000 miles. I went ahead and had the dealership put the same tires on when they replaced them. Good grip and no complaints other than the life.
 

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No more Goodyears for me. I’ve got Michellin’s now.
 
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