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Already thinking about replacements for the Bridgestone Dueler's once they wear out. Have seen several threads here, checked out Tire Rack also. The BStones have a mix of people who love and hate them but the average recommendation is "would not buy again." So I am considering options and saw positive comments about these Yokos. However they don't appear to come in the right size. What sizes are you guys that have these tires using?

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EDIT: are these the tires? http://tinyurl.com/cv7so
 

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225/70R16 is acceptable. You don't want to change the ratio more than that. You can check the "Tire Comparator" software out there for free. I'm not sure of the URL but it was on here before the big crash.

That tire seems like a good tire. Cooper also has some good ones and Michelin Hydroedge is also a good tire that is very quiet and smooth if that is what you are looking for. On or offroad is what you need to decide which one you will needing your tires to perform on more. Priorities! I have both road and off-road tires so my next set will most likley be Michelin when I replace in spring 2007. M.
 
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Thanks guys,

I recall using

http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

But also remember one that generated a table of compatible sizes along with % variance, anyone recall that one?

We are 100% on-road. In fact if I didn't have my Grand Prix I'd probably be looking at a nice set of 18s for summer and some sticky winter tires to throw on the OEM alloys. But for now, it's all-season all-road all the way.

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I have the Yokohama H/T 235/60R16's, and am more than pleased with them - a definite recommendation. Previously the Bridgestones, and they're not a tyre I'd go for again.
 
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