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Tires for 2001 Outback


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#1 whubbs

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Posted 16 September 2003 - 01:09 PM

Can anyone recommend a good replacememt to the
original Firestone tires on my Outback?
I got 55K out of the Firestones, not too bad.
I'd prefer raised white letter sidewalls, call me
vain, but I like the look.
Thanks!
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#2 Forester_Ranger

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Posted 21 September 2003 - 02:54 AM

yeah I like white raised letters too. When I bought new tires I wanted something a letter more aggressive then my Bridgestone deulers 205/70r15. I had a hard time finding raised white letter all-terrain's small enough to fit. I ended up buying Cooper discoverer radials 205/75r15 the last two times. I like them better than the bridgestones that came on the car.




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