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    Tires

    Looking for tire recommendations for my 2017 Daytona 5.7

    I don't race, and I value tread wear heavily. 245/45/20 all around.

    First replacement, as the Eagle RS A2's that came on them got me a good 43K.

    Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Not looking to go over $200 per, if possible

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    Yokohama or Hankook. I have Yokohama's on my 08 Corvette. I have Hankook's on my Scat and also had them on my 10 Challenger.

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    I value tread wear heavily.
    Not likely to help then but I just put on BFG Sport Comp 2's. The summers not the all seasons. Car is glued.
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    I bought a set of wheels that had brand new Champiro GT radials. I decided just to run them. After thousands of miles I have had no issues. Reasonably priced.
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    FWIW, I had General GMax's on my last car, and they were great even in the rain and snow. I just looked 'em up on TireRack, they are $175 a piece.
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    Big fav of mine is the Cooper RS3-G1's. They're an all season tire with mileage warranty. They have rim protection and the grip in all conditions is great. They're also pretty quiet on the road. When bought on sale which happens often, they can be bought for under $800 for all 4.
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    I've had good luck with my Delinte DS8's. Been on a year and still look new. Daily driver. At $105 per tire. $105.97 - Delinte DS8 P245/45R-20 tires | Buy Delinte DS8 tires at SimpleTire
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    I did the General G-MAX AS-05 at Discount tire. Competitive and will price compete. Road Force balance by default, excellent road hazard warranty, free rotate and balance. Its a new store, not sure if any or all of the older stores have updated their balancers, check first.

    Almost 4k miles now and they are great handling and quiet. I like the wide flat tread profile, 245/45/20 and the rim protection. Normally a Michelin fan boy for 20 years I may never go back.

    Cons are but not deal breakers:
    Minor flat spotting even in warm weather for the 1st 1/8th mile or so when parked on my cool garaged cement floor. My house is over my garage so the floor stays pretty cool.
    On grooved or textured concrete road surfaces there is a kind of ringing, very low, you have to be like myself listening for it with intent. Its kind of like what you hear if you have the tire off of the car and you tap it with a hammer handle. I repeat its VERY low volume and only on select cement surfaces. I had Michelin Premier AS tires that did similar on the same kind of surfaces.
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