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  1. DriveAccord Classifieds
    Enkei PF01 wheels and tires for sale. (No TPMS) Specs: Wheels are Enkei PF01 18x8.5, +35 offset, 5x114.3 bolt pattern. These are lightweight performance wheels (about 19 lbs each) that are perfect for track days and look fantastic as well. Tires are Michelin Pilot Sport AS3's 235/40/18...
  2. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    I'm beginning my search for some good performance plus tires for my 2007 Accord. I've seen many others share my goal of good stock based daily driver with improved handling and other performance. Sort of "Stock ++". I thought others may find this chart handy in that aspect - highly rated...
  3. Wheels, Suspension & Brakes
    Hello all, I just put my winter tire setup onto my 2016 Accord Sport (white) over the weekend: Winter wheels = 18" from a 2014 Accord Sport. I actually prefer the look of these to the 19s of the '16 Sport, and the ride as well (more below)... Winter tires = Michelin Cross-Ice 3 aka XI3...
  4. Wheels & Tires
    Have the stock factory Michelin Tires (225/50-17) on my 09 Accord. And for some reason the front tires are worn out a lot more than my rears. So i was asked by the Auto store to replace the fronts as they wouldn't last long. Any reason why the fronts have more wear/tear. And now coming to...
  5. Wheels & Tires
    Hello all! I am looking to buy new all-season tires for my '08 4dr EX. Any suggestions? I drive about 15k miles per year on my all-seasons (the rest on winter tires). I drove thru two sets of Michelin Pilot MXM4 (original), but found the ride a little rough. Loved the handling, though. Here is...
  6. Wheels & Tires
    So I've been running the pilots for 3 years now, the treads are still capable of at least another season of driving for me, but as winter is rolling by, I just thought It would be better to replace them. I know some of the drivers here are using Continental ExtremeContact DWS, Yokohama Envigor...
  7. The 8th Generation
    Good morning All! I am hoping that someone here can help me out. At 52k, the OEM Michelin Pilots on my 08 sedan were ready for replacement. I have owned the car since 40k and always thought the Michelins were a bit hard and a tad noisy. Naturally, I expected ANY replacement tire to ride...
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