Kudos to Tire Rack

Discussion in 'Vendor Review: Tire Rack' started by steve911, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. steve911

    steve911 Viper Owner

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    I just wanted to say the Luke came through for me through for me in a big way. My wife snarfed two of her tires on her Caliber RT and needed new ones NOW.

    I called Luke explained my dilemma and also asked his advice on tire brand as the OE Firestone Firehawks just plain suck. Due to the odd size on the Caliber (215/55-18) there are only a couple other manufacturers that make that size.

    He did the math and came up with another size that would work and not throw the speedo all out of wack.

    Best of all, I had the tires the next day.

    THANKS LUKE!
     
  2. Y2K5SRT

    Y2K5SRT VCA Member - West

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    Steve -

    What tires and/or sizes did you end up using? We also have a 2007 Caliber R/T AWD that could use a set of tires at some point. I think that there was a Yokohama all-season tire that seemed pretty good and in the factory size. Thanks for the post!

    Chris
     
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    steve911 Viper Owner

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    I went with a 225/55-18 instead of the 215 as there are a ton more choices. The speedo is not affected. I went with the YOKOHAMA's.

    Been on them for about a week now and I am really pleased on handling and ride.
     
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    Very cool, and thanks!
     

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