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Mitsubishi Diamante Tires and Wheels

97diamante97diamante Posts: 11
edited October 2014 in Mitsubishi
My 97 came with Michelin Energy tires. They developed cracks at about 35000 miles (7 years) so I replaced them with Falken ZIEX512 s. Highly recommended by Consumer Reports.
These tires sing like snow tires and look like they are going to wear out at 35-40 thousand.
Anybody have a suggestion for a next tire choice?


  • Try taking a look at the reviews at

    Also, I've had very good experiences with BF Goodrich tires. They're reasonably priced and are of good quality IMO.

    good luck
  • Hey you people, what's the biggest/fattest 16" tire you have installed on stock rims and stock "backspacing" I.E. no spacers???
  • gregsavetgregsavet Posts: 8
    I have been looking for some new rims and tires I want to put atleast 20's on it cause am upgrading every website I go too says that they will not fit. My cousin has universal lug 20' s on his caddy I tested it they fit no rubbing has anyone else upgraded to larger rims? If so what size did you go too.
  • capriracercapriracer Somewhere in the USPosts: 868
    You can be reasonably sure that if 20" wheels would fit, the retailers would be all over this - lots of money to be made.

    I suspect there are interference problems and they occur under extreme suspension compression - something the average guy wouldn't know how to check for.
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