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    2010 CR-V Tires

    New CRV EX-L with 550 miles on it...Bridgestone Dueler tires. Vehicle chassis doesn't seem to work with these tires very well in terms of absorbing road bumps, etc and they don't have to be major bumps either....anyone have suggestions for the best tire replacement given that vehicle will be driven in warm climate all of the time?

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    I think a great replacement model to look into is the Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max.

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    Has anyone had experience with Michelins?? Dealer thinks this might help but wonder if it is worth the extra $$$ it would cost me. Let me know if you have Michelin experience on your CRV. Thanks

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    I have the Continental tires on my 2010. I would check if your dealer has any CRVs on their lot with those tires and give it a test drive to see if the vehicle rides differently than yours. I am not sure I would shell out the dollars it would cost to put the Michelins on not knowing for sure if it would fix the ride.
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    I agree with Bruno. I got mine with the Continentals. I read all about the Duelers and was not going to take the car if it had Duelers. See if you can swap them out for Continentals.
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    I have Michelins on my CRV and Mountaineer and 350Z......I always get their best and I swear by them. I'm 53 and have tried many brands over the years.

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    I just put on the michelins latitude tour and theyre smooth and nice. The quality is a lot better and i had contientials previously that lasted till 41k any other questions ill try to answer them

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruno View Post
    I have the Continental tires on my 2010. I would check if your dealer has any CRVs on their lot with those tires and give it a test drive to see if the vehicle rides differently than yours. I am not sure I would shell out the dollars it would cost to put the Michelins on not knowing for sure if it would fix the ride.
    u know the tire specs for the continentals? i was wondering the price of those badboys. I have those on my V and it seems pretty darn good with bumps and everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLT3745 View Post
    New CRV EX-L with 550 miles on it...Bridgestone Dueler tires. Vehicle chassis doesn't seem to work with these tires very well in terms of absorbing road bumps, etc and they don't have to be major bumps either....anyone have suggestions for the best tire replacement given that vehicle will be driven in warm climate all of the time?
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    have you checked the tires pressure? honda recommended 30 psi and when i checked my V the week after delivery of my V is read 38 psi on 1 side and 35 psi on the other side with my digital gauge no wonder is ride a bit harsh, after put it down to 30 psi is ride way better.

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    The tire pressure reads 30 psi cold which will cause them to be somewhere around 32 - 34 hot....but 30 cold is the spec. No one wants to take the Duelers in a trade-in so guess I'll run them for a while and then upgrade....if only I'd known I would have insisted on Michelins during the deal cycle. Live and learn!

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