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    Replacement Tires

    What would be the best tires for my Honda 2010 CR-V?

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    I just spent the last month reading about tires, because my OEM Continentals wore out after 23k on my 2010 CRV. I am a devout Michelin man so it comes down to either the Latitude 102t which I understand is being discontinued and if you can find 4 have a rating of 5 out of 10 for snow/ice, or the new Defenders 102t. If your interested read the info on the Michelin site. I bought the Defenders yesterday. As for other tire brands you might check out Tire Rack's website to see what's available for the CRV, and you can read reviews to help. Just be aware that CRV tires have to be rated 102t. 100t tires won't support the weight of the CRV enough I'm told. Look at the tire label on your driver side door frame and you'll see 225/65/17 102t. Good luck.

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    You get what you paid for. Get some nice tires and they will save you in the most dangerous environments such as rain or snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crvdude1 View Post
    You get what you paid for. Get some nice tires and they will save you in the most dangerous environments such as rain or snow.
    They will if they're rated good in rain or snow. Take the Michelin Latitude 102t for instance.(not cheap) Great popular tire for the CRV, but rated 5 out of 10 for snow/ice.

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    Check the test data and user reviews on tirerack.com. You can sort the data to get info specific to your vehicle, tire maker, etc. etc.
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    So how are your Defenders going? How many miles so far? i have a 2011 CRV up for a tire change.....almost 32k miles on them.

    I am leaning towards Latitude Tour 102T but they might not be instock. So have to go with either Defenders or next choice is GY Assurance CS triple tread....

    What is your advice after using defenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twl845 View Post
    I just spent the last month reading about tires, because my OEM Continentals wore out after 23k on my 2010 CRV. I am a devout Michelin man so it comes down to either the Latitude 102t which I understand is being discontinued and if you can find 4 have a rating of 5 out of 10 for snow/ice, or the new Defenders 102t. If your interested read the info on the Michelin site. I bought the Defenders yesterday. As for other tire brands you might check out Tire Rack's website to see what's available for the CRV, and you can read reviews to help. Just be aware that CRV tires have to be rated 102t. 100t tires won't support the weight of the CRV enough I'm told. Look at the tire label on your driver side door frame and you'll see 225/65/17 102t. Good luck.
    So how are your Defenders going? How many miles so far? i have a 2011 CRV up for a tire change.....almost 32k miles on them.

    I am leaning towards Latitude Tour 102T but they might not be instock. So have to go with either Defenders or next choice is GY Assurance CS triple tread....

    What is your advice after using defenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splendor2 View Post
    So how are your Defenders going? How many miles so far? i have a 2011 CRV up for a tire change.....almost 32k miles on them.

    I am leaning towards Latitude Tour 102T but they might not be instock. So have to go with either Defenders or next choice is GY Assurance CS triple tread....

    What is your advice after using defenders.
    I don't have any complaints about my Defenders. They're quiet and hold the road. Of coarse it hasn't snowed yet. I have about 3k miles on them.

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    I also have no complaints about my Defenders. I have 7,000 miles on them now.
    Just start looking for a sale before you actually must have them. I ended up paying $165 per tire which included high speed balancing. Of courst I had it aligned also.

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