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|11-09-2012, 04:23 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2009
My Ride: slow and steady
Mastercraft Tires - Experience?
Mastercraft have recently started advertising and selling in Australia with a limited product range.
Apparently they have a very high wear rating and the minimum that I've found on their product has been 540 or so.
So.... and my rear tyres are wearing out I wanted to get some opinions from you all about the quality and performance of these tyres.
As a comparison, I am currently running Falken 452s all round and on the price / performance / life equation I am quite happy with them. The fronts have more than 50% left and the rears will need to be changed soon. I did not rotate the tyres at all since new (lazy) and my wheel alignment has been done twice - once when the tyres were fitted and again after front suspension overhaul. I have since also DIY'd the RTABs but no alignment.
DD, occasional spirited driving and club meets
Conti sport 2
Conti sport 3
(both grippy and quiet but poor life span)
Thanks in advance for the input!
I can help with
* Reading Codes / Coding your car
* R&R FCAs, Tie Rods, Sway links....
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