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There are quiet tires that you can buy for the CR-V. They do make a difference, but most are street tires without the traction necessary for off-highway driving and snow. This link provides a comparison of the two tires fitted as OEM equipment. Living in the North East, I opted to live with the noise and keep the all season traction.
I added Dynamat sound dampening to the front half of my 99's floor and also fit it into the door panels up front and in back. That upgrade only made a minor difference (I'm not a pro installer, so you could have better luck). I spent less money on a hoodliner and got the same modest results. If I were to do it again, I'd go with the hoodliner and a paste/coating of the wheel wells.
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