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Re: Potenza RE92/LRR tires

How about the Nokian NRH? It is designed as a low rolling resistance
tire (with an accompanying low mileage rating, 50K miles), is rated
for 51 psi max, and is available in the eastern U.S. as far as I can
tell. I priced them at tirefactory.net, $83/tire. My next question,
and yours probably, is what's the rolling resistance coefficient.
Don't know, maybe I'll email Nokian.

Jerry
 

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Re: Potenza RE92/LRR tires

Shoot, I did a search on this tire, and all I got was a bunch of European web sites. How available are they in the Eastern US?

Brian


---- Jerry McIntire <[email protected]> wrote:

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How about the Nokian NRH? It is designed as a low rolling resistance
tire (with an accompanying low mileage rating, 50K miles), is rated
for 51 psi max, and is available in the eastern U.S. as far as I can
tell. I priced them at tirefactory.net, $83/tire. My next question,
and yours probably, is what's the rolling resistance coefficient.
Don't know, maybe I'll email Nokian.

Jerry
 
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