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Old 10-14-2014, 03:09 PM   #1
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I need your help to build a rear tire spreadsheet.

I need your help to build a rear tire spreadsheet.

I need all interested parties to send me information about their REAR TIRE experiences. I will request same from several clubs around the net and compile and publish here for all to use.

I ASSUME the Cayman acts just like a Boxster in this regard, so please share your experiences with us.

Information I need is as follows:

Car Tire Size Date Installed
1998 Boxster Falken FK453 265/30-19 Dec 5, 2013

Mileage Is it still in use? Country Province/State
4,551 No, tires are corded USA Ohio

Performance
When new, OK.Not as good as Hankook V12 EVO

PLEASE email this type of information so I can compile it for everyone's use.

SEND IT TO: set600@gmail.com

THANKS! Steve Thomas (st600r)
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Old 10-14-2014, 07:02 PM   #2
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This is going to be very subjective and you probably need to specify the things that matter most to you:

Tire wear mileage, road noise, wet grip, dry grip, rolling comfort, price, etc. Tire Rack and R&T already did these comparisons and really develop a pretty good objective comparison that might be more useful than comparing 50 different drivers with 50 different impressions and tire needs.
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