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#124 of 174 Re: tires for pp06
Sep 27, 2010 (8:10 am)
I purchased the Mich. Lat. Tour for my 4 WD '07 Pilot. So far, they seem to be doing fine. Very quiet tire on my vehicle. I also am in snow belt (west of Denver) and found out that the all seasons just do not cut it up here. Went to snows last winter---what a difference.
Do think you'll like the Lat. Tours for general purpose driving, although they are pricey as you prob. already noticed.
#125 of 174 Re: Type of spare tire 2010 EX-L 4WD and Touring 4WD [jacks2]
Oct 01, 2010 (7:30 pm)
I have a 2010 LX and the spare is compact. However, Honda does sell a full size rim to replace it. I am planning to spend the money to get a full size spare under there and I am glad that they left room for it.
Oct 06, 2010 (6:18 am)
Muchelin is the best. Quiet, good life, and good in rain and snow.
#127 of 174 Re: tires [shodanusmc]
Oct 17, 2010 (10:17 pm)
I replaced mine with General Grabber HTS... I was considering Michelin Latitude Tour with $70 rebate but it just cost almost $700 including installation...
Anyway, I love my General Grabber HTS quiet and my steering wheel got looser compared to my Integrity's. I thought i have a problem with my steering fluid at first but now I know why...
#128 of 174 Michelin vs. Nokian
Oct 28, 2010 (8:29 am)
I live in upstate NY and it's that Time again.
My last set of tires, Nokian WR's have lasted me almost 42k.
Before I put those on, I was always a Michelin man.
Do I put another set of the WR's or get the Michelin LT M/S?
As always price is about the same.
Any help would be great.
#131 of 174 Off-road plus wet weather handling for Pilot AWD
Nov 09, 2010 (12:49 pm)
Does a tire exist that will give me exceptional handling on wet roads yet still give me good control on rocky/dirt roads - and, possibly, extra protection from rock punctures?
I have a 2007 Pilot AWD and love how the Sumitomos perform in wet conditions. But, it's time for replacements and I'd like to get some tires that also give me a little better performance in off-road conditions. I don't go "off-roading" per se....but, my hobby has me traveling off the beaten path in areas where there are a lot of rocks, ruts, uneven inclines, etc. Sometimes I feel like the tire isn't "grabbing" as well as a tire could. But, safety when driving in the rain is the higher priority.
Any advice would be WONDERFUL! Thank you, Tanya
#132 of 174 Re: Off-road plus wet weather handling for Pilot AWD [tlcintx]
Nov 25, 2010 (6:02 pm)
I have been shopping for tires myself for my 07 pilot. I always do a lot of research for something I am going to be stuck with for a few years. I search on Tirerack for consumer feed back and ratings and I am split between Firestone destination ATs and Bridgestone Duelers REVO 2.
The destinations rate better but I have heard a lot of good things about the REVO 2, the destinations are rated better and are about $40 less per tire so I might go with them. I will leave feedback after I try them out in snow.
My factory tires were duelers and are noisy as hell, both of these are supposed to be quieter and get better traction in snow and rain
#133 of 174 Re: Off-road plus wet weather handling for Pilot AWD [tlcintx]
Jan 23, 2011 (2:25 pm)
Take a strong look at the Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor tires. I have taken "The Beast" (my '06 Pilot) off on alot of trails and crawler roads and it handles like a dream on sand / snow / ice / mud. The dry traction is outstanding. I also use my Pilot for Geocaching, so I do alot of driving with it.