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well maybe all have to be the guinea pig on these...
 

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lol, theyre a run of the mill all season, what do you want from them?
achilles are fine, their more performance orientated tires are on the softer side, consistent for drift, but the thread is quite tall and soft and left a 'washy' feeling while driving them until they got lower tread, i forget the model though off hand, str sport or something like that.
 

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That's kind of a small tire for our cars, especially if you have handling mods. I have that size on my front Ansen sprint mags that are only 6" wide on stock suspension, and they don't inspire confidence. I'm going to go back to 215/60r14 on the front later. I have read of someone putting 205/70r14 on their car and it looked good, probably because it's the same diameter as the meaty 235/60r14s that get put on our cars. The H rating makes tire size choices even more limited, so one has to make compromises to get what is most important in a tire to them.
 

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well the stock size is 225/60r14 but the only size that I've been able to find available that's close (and under $100/ea) is those 205/60r14, where are you finding 215/60r14's?

I'm after a inexpensive all season tire that under $75-80, preferable H-rated or better, in as close to stock tire size as possible.

Sizes I've considered include 205/60r14, 215/60r14 225/60r14 and 235/60r14. I suppose that a 70 series tire option might also work... say 205/70r14

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