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MICHELIN PILOT SPORT A/S 3 Tires 205/45R17 $67.93 each + FS @PriorityTire.com

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PriorityTire.com [prioritytire.com]has MICHELIN PILOT SPORT A/S 3 Tires for $67.93 each and Free FEDEX Shipping.



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205/45R17 - saves a click
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A bit lower price on eBay, but depending on tax...

https://www.ebay.com/itm/352910655653
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These were manufactured in 2016
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These were manufactured in 2016
So still good.
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These were manufactured in 2016
I caught that too: "This specific tire is from 2016. DOT 2016"

Not such a good deal anymore...
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So still good.
Not really. Tires degrade over time whether used or not. The typical recommendation is to replace them every 6 years. Given these have been sitting around for 4 years already (who knows under what condition), it's a bit of a gamble.
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Not really. Tires degrade over time whether used or not. The typical recommendation is to replace them every 6 years. Given these have been sitting around for 4 years already (who knows under what condition), it's a bit of a gamble.
Yeah 6 years on a car exposed to the elements. I doubt these have degraded very much in a climate controlled warehouse.
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So still good.
FYI for those that have a Discount Tire nearby, they will pricematch any tire they carry. Their stock is likely newer than 2016.

pricematch process:

1. Navigate to the tire on Discount Tire's website.
2. Look for the "Found it Lower?" link in blue next to the price of the tire
3. Click the "Found it Lower?" link and fill out the competitor's lower price and your contact info.
4. Wait for approval from Discount Tire.
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That 6 year limit is no joke. Some tires even name brands become unstable around this time. Some cheaper tire brands are riskier even at 3yrs+.
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not really. Tires degrade over time whether used or not. The typical recommendation is to replace them every 6 years. Given these have been sitting around for 4 years already (who knows under what condition), it's a bit of a gamble.
4 < 6
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FYI for those that have a Discount Tire nearby, they will pricematch any tire they carry. Their stock is likely newer than 2016.

pricematch process:

1. Navigate to the tire on Discount Tire's website.
2. Look for the "Found it Lower?" link in blue next to the price of the tire
3. Click the "Found it Lower?" link and fill out the competitor's lower price and your contact info.
4. Wait for approval from Discount Tire.
This is a good idea
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Yeah 6 years on a car exposed to the elements. I doubt these have degraded very much in a climate controlled warehouse.
Tell that to Paul Walker and Roger Rodas
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Also note, the load rating is 84, which is lower than many auto manufacturers recommend
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I run these in the summer on 2 of my cars. I think they're the best tire available in this treadwear range. Even slightly aged out, they'll likely outperform any freshly molded budget tire you'll find at this price point.
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