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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Michaell said:

    stickguy said:

    I'm at 12 days! Almost 125 miles (though it started with 40). I might need gas before Christmas at this pace.

    Used CarPlay last night to navigate. Really slick product. Worked great. Just wish it ran google maps, or at least waze. But apple maps is much Better than nothing.

    I don't mind using Apple Maps with CarPlay. Have you tried using Siri yet?
    I only tried CarPlay once, because I had to go to an appointment. And wanted to try it. I never use Siri on the phone, but guess I need to start. Though I don't plan to have car play running when I am not navigating.

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  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaMember Posts: 15,345

    Long time, no post. Good to see the same ole crew hanging around and punching their cards! Gee and I have been busy having kids (up to three now) and working too much so our car buying ways have slowed down. .

    Who did you used to be on here? ;)

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 194,789
    She was anonymous

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  • corvettecorvette United StatesMember Posts: 8,589
    anonymousposts, I think. And her husband was gee35coupe. 
  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,088
    edited November 2017

    mjfloyd1 said:

    @Marcothecarguy1986 - so far I've done (and unfortunately sometimes re-done) all the work myself. Good luck with your T Bird!

    I think we can all relate on tackling the same problems with our cars more than once. ;)
    Well, maybe not all of us.... *cough* breld *cough*
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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,088
    corvette said:

    anonymousposts, I think. And her husband was gee35coupe. 

    Oh, gee35! Weren't they in the process of moving, or looking for a minivan (or something along those lines), before we received the silent treatment?
    2018 Subaru Crosstrek, 2014 Audi Q7 TDI, 2013 Subaru Forester, 1969 Chevrolet C20, 1969 Ford Econoline 100, 1976 Ford F250
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @mjfloyd1 thank you they came today to the house to pick it up now if they can get rite what I braught it there for and payed for we shal see! hoping for the best! if not will never go to this place anymore but hoping it does not come to that! things do happen and yes we all can realate to this stuff on are cars new or old! and yes re doing things few times!
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @28firefighter nice nice how the time does fly!
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @graphicguy yes we all shore can!
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @stickguy racking up those miles! lollollol
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @anony_posts newer member hear welcome from me! so what cars do you have in your fleet?
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @anony_posts just wondering what did you sell or do in the auto feald? sounds nice getting an dealers lisance! would love do do that one day and have an small used car dealer ship!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    After a little bit more research, I think I've narrowed the replacement tires on the Subaru to two:

    General Altimax RT43
    Yes, these are the same tires that @stickguy will be getting for the RDX. 700 wear rating, 6 year, 65,000 mile tread life warranty. $681 total cost through Subaru dealer (tires, mount / balance, tax, etc.)

    Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring
    I've had Coopers in the past and really liked them. 640 wear rating, unlimited time, 70,000 mile tread life warranty. $714 total cost through Subaru dealer.

    Wife won't care, so long as they are quiet and deal with rain and snow.

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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    so basically, you are copy catting me since those are the 2 I was picking between? I take that as a compliment, and validation!

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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,088
    Regarding tires, that sounds like a solid plan, and reasonable price, considering that you are also saving a lot of your own effort having a tire that will have a long life (not to mention the dollars saved, too). One thing to consider, though, is how long you expect them to be on the car. The materials stiffen after about five years, and I find that cold weather performance drops off. So, if you don't drive a lot of miles, you may not get full use out of them before you ought to replace them again.
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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    one thing about getting them at the tire store (it really never occurred to me to shop the dealer!) is they include lifetime free rotations (not sure about balancing). So might require an extra stop when I get the oil changed, but at least can save the $20 per rotation!

    If Wes is right, and after 5 winters they suffer, I really should be due since this coming up will be the 6th winter. Bought the car in September 2012.

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  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @xwesx rite on the tires! 6 years max! speaking of that next year going to get sum new ones for the thunderbird! tires look and seam good but car has bin off the road 6 years so who nos how old the tires are on it!
  • corvettecorvette United StatesMember Posts: 8,589
    Michaell said:

    After a little bit more research, I think I've narrowed the replacement tires on the Subaru to two:

    General Altimax RT43
    Yes, these are the same tires that @stickguy will be getting for the RDX. 700 wear rating, 6 year, 65,000 mile tread life warranty. $681 total cost through Subaru dealer (tires, mount / balance, tax, etc.)

    Cooper CS5 Ultra Touring
    I've had Coopers in the past and really liked them. 640 wear rating, unlimited time, 70,000 mile tread life warranty. $714 total cost through Subaru dealer.

    Wife won't care, so long as they are quiet and deal with rain and snow.

    I thought Pirelli was the only manufacturer with an unlimited time tread life warranty--I guess Cooper has joined the club. That said, I've never known anybody who made a successful tread life claim, and I'd never knowingly run my tires all the way down to 2/32" unless it was a car I never drove in the rain or snow.
  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Marco, tires have a date code on them (month/year of manufacture). if you can find that, you will at least know how old they are, though not how long they have been on the car. But on an old car that doesn't drive much, not as big a concern IMO.

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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Vette, yeah, running at 2/32 would have to be in warm temps, dry roads only. Not something I am likely to find around here all winter.

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  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLMember Posts: 5,883
    edited November 2017
    As of this afternoon, mileage on the Golf was 35,941. Within a couple of minutes of driving home from work, see a notice about check the coolant and now there’s a red triangle on the dash. Got home and the car has 35,966 and decided to let the car sit awhile. Went out ten minutes ago and turned it on and yep, that red triangle is still there!! Looks like I’ll be going to the dealer first thing to see what’s up. Will have to get them to find the cause and document it so if they say it’s nothing and next week it comes back again, they’ll still be responsible in some way. Had a premonition that something was gonna crop up right around the 36K mark and guess I was right here.
    Not a happy camper right now and just hope it’s not some major thing. As I told the wife earlier, not gonna play games with this vehicle for too long and if it’s not going to stay reliable, I’ll just start looking seriously for something newer. And I’m thinking that getting something “cheap to keep” is probably the best solution if I happen to go down that road. And a long warranty will be crucial since I’ve been spoiled with being under a warranty since December of 2013. But just hoping this is just a minor issue and it will behave itself going forward as would like to keep it another year or two really. A great vehicle over all and really has been very good up to now.

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  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLMember Posts: 5,883
    Same thing happened on the Audi a few months ago the wife just reminded me. They put some water in and all was fine so hopefully this will be a similar issue. Like I said, not really in the mood to buy something again so soon, and with a wedding in the future, not sure what the plans are and how much coinage will be needed. Luckily, the kids know we’re not Rockefellors and very close to retiring and we live well under our means. We want to enjoy our retired years and not have to go to them for anything. I think my daughter will be o k with a small but tasteful event that she will be very proud of.
    So buying a new vehicle is just not gonna happen for awhile if I can help it!

    The Sandman :)B)

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    The weather was a bit dicey today here in Colorado - freezing temps, some sleet, some snow. Fortunately, it's the daughter's week to drive. However, they did have a "slippy" moment on the drive home today (wife's word choice). Hard to tell the difference between water, black ice and mag chloride, and they hit a bit of black ice in the MINI.

    So, it's been suggested that I get new tires for the Outback, pronto.

    Normally, I'd use Discount Tire, but they don't carry either of the choices that I really want. I'll take one more look at what they do have, and how much it costs. We've had the car for 32 months and it has only 23,000 miles on it. It gets maybe 8-10K a year, given that the wife and daughter split the driving. If I can get 30,000-40,000 out of the next set, I'll be perfectly happy with that. That will get us to when the car is paid off.

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  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @stickguy have to look and finde the date coad on them and yes so so trew don't have to worry much on an car not being driven much you got an point! they ride nice from what we saw the other day! so will see!
  • tbirdmarcotbirdmarco new yorkMember Posts: 3,838
    @sandman_6472 hope it is not an big thing rong! hoping for the best for you Sandy!
  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Michael, get one of the choices at the dealer. So I get a real life reference on at least one option!

    Actually should get what you want, though I did do considerable research to come down to this short list.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 194,789
    Unless I'm going to a suspension shop for other work, I always try to get my tires locally. I love TireRack, but in practice, it's easier to shop local.

    Now, if you are buying a winter tire/wheel package, that's a different story.

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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    I agree about tire rack. Most local shops I would use will match price anyway, and Mavis has pretty much the same price anyway already.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    stickguy said:

    Michael, get one of the choices at the dealer. So I get a real life reference on at least one option!

    Actually should get what you want, though I did do considerable research to come down to this short list.

    Frankly, I'm just piggy-backing on your research. :wink:

    I really liked the Coopers we had on the VUE, so I'm likely to go that route again.

    I looked again at Discount Tire - anything similar in terms of tread life is going to be way more expensive, so I'll be calling the dealer today. Hoping to get in on Saturday - though, @breld (and wife), @jpp5862 and I are hoping to attend the Denver Cars and Coffee on Saturday morning.

    Stop the presses! I found another chain (Big O Tire) that also carries the Coopers, and they are about $6 less per tire than the dealer. And, I can get them installed today.

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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Cool. Hope you get to try them in snow so can report back. I probably will hold off another month or 5 weeks.

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  • qbrozenqbrozen Member Posts: 29,513
    Walmart also has those Coopers

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    qbrozen said:

    Walmart also has those Coopers

    Yes, yes they do. For a decent price, I might add ($20 less than the local tire store).

    But, they have to be shipped. Once the wife wants something done, she doesn't have a lot of patience. And, I've bought from Big O before - they have a pretty good track record with customer service.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    stickguy said:

    Cool. Hope you get to try them in snow so can report back. I probably will hold off another month or 5 weeks.

    Looking at the long term forecast, I see 50's and 60's for the next 10 days. But, that could change. If it snows and the Outback is at home, I'll take it for a spin and report back.

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  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 42,581
    Cool. Want wet and drive reports too!

    Walmart was the same price, maybe $10 less, than Mavis. Probably save a bit on install, but then again, it's Walmart. But good coverage on the road hazard warranty!

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  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaMember Posts: 15,345
    Tomorrow I'm getting a set of Pirelli Ice Zero FR snows installed on the ATS. Never had Pirelli tires before but they did well in the evaluation below and were the best value unless I wanted to go to an off-brand like Hercules.

    This is a good summary of snow tire performance (prices are C$): https://www.apa.ca/wintertire_reviews.asp

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  • roadburnerroadburner Member Posts: 14,953
    I ran Cooper UHP all-seasons on the MS3 and X3, as well as one of their touring all-seasons on the '02. I was pleased with their performance in every application.

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  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLMember Posts: 5,883
    Shuttle just drove me home. A leaking water pump and a bad thermometer is the diagnosis. Going to take a few hours so service gal strongly suggested I take the shuttle home and will have them pick me up around 3 or so. Glad they found something concrete and will fix it.
    Walked their lot and found a red over beige 2016 Tiguan SE with around 16K for 19,900. Plus a couple 2017 white Jetta’s with miles between 9K and 11K for around $17,750. One had a black interior, the other beige. Definitely tempted to be honest but, with the 2018 models comes the great new warranty so would be dumb to buy used right now. Really am a perfect candidate to lease except I just drive too many miles now. I like being under warranty, pure and simple, and don’t want older than 6 or so years.
    Hopefully this will be the last issue for awhile and glad I made it under the warranty wire as suspect it would’ve cost somewhere around $500 or so. Just something not budgeted for!

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 194,789
    Don't get too caught up with treadwear ratings. Did you know they aren't comparable across different brands?
    @capriracer explained this at one time.

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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,088
    stickguy said:

    If Wes is right, and after 5 winters they suffer, I really should be due since this coming up will be the 6th winter. Bought the car in September 2012.

    Tires can physically last quite a long time.... I have a set on my Econoline that I purchased in June of 1995! HOWEVER, I would never have a set this old on a daily driver - particularly not one that will drive long distances. Aside from cold performance, old tires build up (and handle) heat differently, and this is a major contributing factor in blow-outs.

    You're likely just fine using tires five or six years old; I'm just saying that there is degradation in performance at that age (even if the tires have few miles).
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  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLMember Posts: 5,883
    Am very happy with my run flats to be honest. Never lose air pressure, not noisy like I thought they would be and hold the road nicely. Couldn’t be happier with them and would do it again to be honest.

    The Sandman :)B)

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  • tifightertifighter WAMember Posts: 2,877
    edited November 2017
    kyfdx said:

    Don't get too caught up with treadwear ratings. Did you know they aren't comparable across different brands?
    @capriracer explained this at one time.

    The last thing I want is for my bottom to be dependent on a set of tires with over 50000 miles on them. Whenever I hear someone talk about how great their tires were for lasting 60-80000 miles, I just cringe. Fresh rubber for me, please...

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  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaMember Posts: 15,345

    stickguy said:

    It was on the news. I know I saw/heard that someplace.

    This morning I read the official recall documents and no mention is made about parking outside. As a practical matter, the affected circuits aren't live once the car is shut off.
    I also talked to several of our techs today and they told me that they have only seen the situation described in a few isolated cases- and that none of them were remotely close to catching fire.
    This seems to be coming from BMW:

    http://www.autofocus.ca/news-events/news/bmw-issues-big-recalls-to-fix-components-that-could-catch-fire?hootPostID=18321aedc0f9670835be9a80e5dda0ff

    I can't imagine that the author just made it up.

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  • roadburnerroadburner Member Posts: 14,953
    BMW's PR people might be saying that but there is no mention of it in the official internal/external recall documents. This is an excerpt from the notice sent to the affected customers:

    Do I need to stop driving my vehicle?
    No. The possibility of this issue occurring is extremely rare.
    However, you should stop driving your vehicle if any of the following warning signs occur:
    - You see smoke entering the interior through the heating and cooling air vents.
    - You smell smoke, or a plastic burning odor, in the interior.
    If any of these warning signs occur, then as soon as possible, carefully move away from traffic, pull over to a safe location, and shut off the engine. All occupants should carefully exit the vehicle and move to a safe location away from traffic. Do not continue to drive your vehicle.
    Dial 911 in the event of an emergency or contact an authorized BMW center immediately to have your vehicle brought to the nearest authorized BMW center for inspection and, if necessary, repair.

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  • mlevinemlevine Member Posts: 498
    I look for tires at local places like firestone, good year, and even Costco. Where I live, it seems tires get worn out a lot quicker. Lucky to get 15K and that is with rotating every 6 months or every 5K.
  • ab348ab348 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaMember Posts: 15,345

    BMW's PR people might be saying that but there is no mention of it in the official internal/external recall documents.

    This CBC story references a BMW spokesperson:

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/bmw-recall-1.4385978

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    mlevine said:

    I look for tires at local places like firestone, good year, and even Costco. Where I live, it seems tires get worn out a lot quicker. Lucky to get 15K and that is with rotating every 6 months or every 5K.

    I've actually had someone tell me that the composition of the roads here in Colorado wears out tires faster.

    That's a new one, for me.

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  • Sandman6472Sandman6472 Coral Springs, FLMember Posts: 5,883
    Am in a 2017 Jetta SE, same colors as my Golf. That 1.8t engine is a real hoot, makes my 1.8t a real dog!!! No turbo lag whatsoever and just a touch on the accelerator has immediate forward thrust. I could get used to one of these suckered, it's like keeping mine on "S" mode 24/7 actually. And this Jetta gets better mpg's to boot. Have no clue why the smaller they go,mother faster they go with no turbo lag???
    Man, I want one of these puppies!!!

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 190,388
    The SE has the 1.4T, not the 1.8T

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  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,088
    edited November 2017
    Not sure if the newest generation of turbos have this, but there are electric turbos out there now, and they are supposed to eliminate turbo lag because they can spool independently of the exhaust flow. Traditional turbos don't spool up until often after 2,000 rpm, so that power band from idle to >2,000 rpm is without "boost."

    Offerings like "twin turbo" also served to reduce turbo lag by including smaller individual turbos that could spool faster (i.e., require less exhaust pressure), but they still depend on the flow of exhaust gas and, therefore, include some level of lag.
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  • sdasda Indian Land, SCMember Posts: 4,533
    Michaell said:

    The weather was a bit dicey today here in Colorado - freezing temps, some sleet, some snow. Fortunately, it's the daughter's week to drive. However, they did have a "slippy" moment on the drive home today (wife's word choice). Hard to tell the difference between water, black ice and mag chloride, and they hit a bit of black ice in the MINI.

    So, it's been suggested that I get new tires for the Outback, pronto.

    Normally, I'd use Discount Tire, but they don't carry either of the choices that I really want. I'll take one more look at what they do have, and how much it costs. We've had the car for 32 months and it has only 23,000 miles on it. It gets maybe 8-10K a year, given that the wife and daughter split the driving. If I can get 30,000-40,000 out of the next set, I'll be perfectly happy with that. That will get us to when the car is paid off.

    My experience with Discount Tire is they can order the tire you want even if it isn't listed and will match pricing.

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