Tires for R/T??


bowtieboy12
01-10-2016, 01:09 PM
Hey all, I have a 2013 Charger R/T AWD. Any recommendations for replacement tires? (235/55-19)

I need to replace the tires on it and am looking for some recommendations. I live in upstate New York so they are going to need to be all-season tires. I don't plan on doing unnecessary travel in the snow, but it will be going through some snow (bad days it will be left home). They will also be left on during the summer, so I'm looking for a good compromise.

I have been looking at the General Grabber HT's, not too aggressive, but should work good when caught in the snow. The Kumho KL33's are good-looking, inexpensive price, but I have no experience with this brand. I prefer to stick with Goodyear, General, Pirelli, but I'm not opposed to trying new. I'm also not opposed to a slightly different tire size as long as it isn't too different and work with stock rims.

I'm looking for any input from you guys who have had experiences with replacement tires, good or bad. price is a factor, but I'm flexible. I'm willing to pay more to get more, you know, cost efficiency.

Thanks for any help and/or suggestions. It is much appreciated.

paulfromoh
01-10-2016, 01:48 PM
Firestone has some good all season tires that won't rape the bank

Stealthee
01-10-2016, 02:10 PM
I haven't looked to see if they are available in your size but I had General Altimax RT43 on my Grand Prix and they did well in the snow for being all seasons. I am now running Falken Pro G4 but haven't gotten to test them in anything more than a dusting as of this point. They are supposed to be on par with the RT43's I previously ran.

Stealthee
01-10-2016, 02:14 PM
Firestone has some good all season tires that won't rape the bank

Where Firestone gets you is on the mount and balance fees if you buy them and have them installed at a Firestone shop. They charge over $100 for mount, balance, disposal, etc.

paulfromoh
01-10-2016, 05:54 PM
I NEVER buy them directly from Firestone. For my crappier cars I always got cooper tires. Great lasting for cheap tires

Stealthee
01-10-2016, 06:21 PM
Yeah I picked up some Cooper CS4 for my mom's car when I got my Falkens.

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