Escort Wagon Tire/Wheel Questions

mappelmappel Member Posts: 1
Time to replace tires.....any suggestions on good,value-priced tires would be greatly appreciated.Live in Southern California.

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  • mowslawnmowslawn Member Posts: 11
    mappel

    Since nobody is suggesting anything for your question, I guess I will throw in my two cents. I have had a lot of luck with Goodyear Weatherhandlers. The last set lasted 120,000 miles. I drive over reasonably smooth roads - no dirt roads or giant potholes, and I get them balanced and rotated every 10,000 miles. This is included in the price of the original mounting.

    The tires also are quiet running. However, I don't know if they meet your requirement of 'value-priced'.

    mowslawn
  • dwayneb1dwayneb1 Member Posts: 1
    i am looking for a cv joint for my 1998 ford escort lx sedan do you guys think you guys can help me out
  • yellowtail3yellowtail3 Member Posts: 3
    I bought el cheapo Kumho (sp?) for my 95 Wagon and they seem to work fine. I run 45psi - a little high - and with a light foot regularly get 37-38mpg in mixed driving. pretty even wear in last 28K miles. they look fine, too.
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