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    Westlake Tires $29.39 each 175/65R14 82H

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MZB4HLK

    175/65R14 82H

    I just got price alert, this is the lowest price these have been all year. Search this same forum for reviews, the reviews are good calling these tires a great bang-for-the-buck


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    I bought these for my car last December. I got them from Walmart online for around $32. They have been good so far at around 11,000 miles. I have found my MPG is down around 3-4 MPG compared to the Enasaves. This is with a 2.5% adjustment made in my calculations for the slightly larger tire size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderG View Post
    I bought these for my car last December. I got them from Walmart online for around $32. They have been good so far at around 11,000 miles. I have found my MPG is down around 3-4 MPG compared to the Enasaves. This is with a 2.5% adjustment made in my calculations for the slightly larger tire size.
    Better handling? Less road noise perhaps with the 175s? Im thinking about switching to the 175.

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    I switched over to 175s (175/55/15) and I would never go any narrower, unless it was snow tires.



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