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Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires (195/65R15 95V XL) EXPIRED

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Online Tires has Michelin CrossClimate+ Grand Touring All Season Tires (195/65R15 95V XL) on sale for $77.02 - $7.70 w/ promo code OLT10 = $69.32. Shipping is free. Thanks MrRuffles
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Michelin CrossClimate+ tires are $77.02 with free S/H.
Coupon code OLT10 takes 10% off, for a final price of $69.32.

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Store in title would be nice
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Awesome, wouldn't really make a difference.. Might actually save me a speeding ticket
if you go to https://tiresize.com/calculator/
and enter the sizes to compare it will tell you the diff
it said if your speedo is at 60 you will actually be going 62
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Dont listen to idiots like these. Most places charge $15-20 per tire. Go to americastire/discounttire u get free lifetime balancing and rotating as well. Much less of a hassle than costco. Have had these tires only a few days but seem to work well and make no noise.
just fyi for others.

some costco's will mount tires not purchased from them. it's pretty cheap, but the wait is often pretty long.
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Awesome, wouldn't really make a difference.. Might actually save me a speeding ticket
if you go to https://tiresize.com/calculator/
and enter the sizes to compare it will tell you the diff
it said if your speedo is at 60 you will actually be going 62
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They would fit, but your speedo will be off. A 65 tire will have a slightly taller sidewall. At 50mph, you're actually going 48, greater difference as you go faster, for instance, at 80, you're actually going 77.
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Awesome, wouldn't really make a difference.. Might actually save me a speeding ticket
Wrong. If you put a larger sized tire on a vehicle then it will read the other way (it will read slower than your actual speed). Done this many times before with jeeps and trucks that I've owned over the years. The speedo measures axle speed. With a larger tire you cover more ground per revolution, thus you're moving faster. Speed is a measure of distance times a measure of time.
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if you go to https://tiresize.com/calculator/
and enter the sizes to compare it will tell you the diff
it said if your speedo is at 60 you will actually be going 62
LOL, you beat me to it.
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I have to claim BS to all of your claims. I have a 2008 sitting in the driveway with steel wheels and guess what, they're 16". And before you guys say that it's an upgraded model, it's about as base as you can get (no steering wheel controls, sunroof, power trunk release, etc). And I had jast came from a junk yard 2 weeks ago which had dozens of civics from all kinds of years and the only ones with anything smaller than 16" were ones from the early 2000s.
you can't be serious?

just goto tirerack and put in civics.

2008 Honda Civic Coupe DX uses 195/65 R15 SL
the sedan DX is also 195/65 R15 SL
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I have to claim BS to all of your claims. I have a 2008 sitting in the driveway with steel wheels and guess what, they're 16". And before you guys say that it's an upgraded model, it's about as base as you can get (no steering wheel controls, sunroof, power trunk release, etc). And I had jast came from a junk yard 2 weeks ago which had dozens of civics from all kinds of years and the only ones with anything smaller than 16" were ones from the early 2000s.
Edit. - Just came from tire rack and the only options for my vehicle are 16" & 17". Doubt anything newer would have smaller tires than that.
Lol, so you think there's this great conspiracy where 4+ people falsely claim 2010 and newer cars still have 15" wheels?

https://www.wheel-size.com/size/h...ivic/2012/
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just got these (well the 18" versions) installed on my car. Comfort, noise, and look (if you care) are great.
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Great price for good all season tires! Fits the lower tier prius models. This mixed with a 60 buck install from a local tire shop will save you over a hundred compared to the current costco deal.
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Is this post directed to sd in Europe? In the USA min tire size is 19
Trick for SD tire "deals"; If it's not Costco, don't bother; It won't fit...They are "on sale", because nobody needs them...laugh out loud
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you can't be serious?

just goto tirerack and put in civics.

2008 Honda Civic Coupe DX uses 195/65 R15 SL
the sedan DX is also 195/65 R15 SL
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Lol, so you think there's this great conspiracy where 4+ people falsely claim 2010 and newer cars still have 15" wheels?

https://www.wheel-size.com/size/h...ivic/2012/
Sorry, didn't realize that there was a lower end model than what I have (I have a LX - honestly thought there was only 3 trim models LX, EX, & Si). I mean I can't imagine that you could get any ceaper than what I have LOL. What does it not have power locks? Manual roll up windows? Anyway, you guys are missing the point that I and a few others were making, 15" wheels aren't being used much anymore and are getting to be like 14" ones were 10 years ago. I have a 25 year old 2wd Toyota pickup that had 15" wheels on it and got a flat 2 years ago. The spare wasn't full sized and needed a set of new tires anyway because the old Michelins were dry rotted. Went to a Mr Tire and they said that they don't really stock many 15" tires anymore but they could order them but I wanted to take care of this right away. Left there and went to pep boys and same story. Went to a Walmart and they had nothing that was even close either. So I said screw these big chain stores and I'll go to a mom and pop shop and they had 3 in the size I needed but they were 3 different brands. Got the one Goodyear tire for the time being but promptly installed 16" wheels on the thing so next time I was in a jam I could go anywhere and not stress about finding tires in stock. There was a time when 15" tires were significantly cheaper than 16s but you can't even make that argument anymore. 15" wheels just plain suck.
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This maybe a stupid question,

My car uses 195.60r.15. What im wondering is if these tires would fit? The only difference is the 65r.. Help?
Your speedometer will be 3.3% slow. Figure you're going between 2 and 3 MPH faster than what your speedometer reads.

You can put your measurements into the comparator here.

https://tiresize.com/comparison/
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Those are high performance all weather tires. Awesome tires but most people can get away with cheaper tires.
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I hear they are good. They just released Pilot Sport A/S 4 to replace the 3+
Thanks. I'll check out the 4's. I don't know if Costco has them yet. Perhaps BJ's. My car's been sitting in a driveway for around 5 years, undriven, with various issues, and I've been restoring it and hope to have to street legal in a month or so. The old tires actually don't have that many miles on them, 5-10k, but they've dry rotted, hopefully not to the point where I can't drive them the 10-12 miles to the nearest Costco or BJ's. I've always had a set of high-performance all-season tires on the car, since I've always lived where it rains and snows a lot and I've never had a garage to store seasonal tires.
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