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Old 20 Nov 2009, 01:48 am
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I would like some feedback on Cooper Cobra tires and Falken ZE-912 tires. I currently have 205/55/16 Goodyear Eagles that need replacing. Considering 215/55/16 Cooper Cobras that a friend has for sale. But also have read that Falkens are good tires too. Any suggestions?
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Old 20 Nov 2009, 11:05 pm
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From the prices I've seen lately the Falken Zien 912 are the upper end, and good tires. Lots of favorable posts on this forum about them. I will probably look to them as replacemnts this spring.

Currently, I've got the Kumho Ecsta SPTs - they are probably the low end tire; but still a great buy ($75 each at TireRack.com). Mine have over 40K, and lots of wear left. (if it weren't for the fact I flat sided the fronts)

BTW - neither of these are "great" on snow & ice.
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