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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1a1f View Post
    I bought a set of RADAR DIMAX 4 SEASON RP-4S 165-65-14 for $220 shipped.
    Hey Alex! Could you provide a link to where you got these?

    According to your photos it looks like SimpleTire - except for the price!

    SimpleTire: Radar Dimax 4 Season RP-4S 165/65R-14

    Part Number: RGC0114 Service Description: 79 H UTQG: 360AA Sidewall: BW Type: Passenger

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    $143.98
    $575.92 Set of 4


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    Any change positive or negative in MPG? Are they LRR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Hey Alex! Could you provide a link to where you got these?

    According to your photos it looks like SimpleTire - except for the price!

    SimpleTire: Radar Dimax 4 Season RP-4S 165/65R-14

    Part Number: RGC0114 Service Description: 79 H UTQG: 360AA Sidewall: BW Type: Passenger

    FREE SHIPPING
    $143.98
    $575.92 Set of 4
    That's crazy. Simpletire had them at $55 a piece a week ago. I got mine from Ebay for $109.90 a pair but now see they're $145 a piece. I might have just bought them at the right time or I don't know? I wasn't trying to be misleading at all. :-/

    Quote Originally Posted by djkenny View Post
    Any change positive or negative in MPG? Are they LRR?
    I'm installing them next week. They are not LRR though since they have the Snowflake Mountain symbol and are ultimately softer compound for winter use.


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