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Looking for 1 Goodyear Hp for my 07. The Element only has 18k so the other 3 are good. 1 bad due to running over something and putting a hole in the sidewall. Best so far is Hilton Head Honda @ around 120 with a 10% service discount not including mount and balance. Dealers owners new, new used just trying to save some cash. Thx
 

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Tire Rack is showing 101.00 plus 20.00 shipping, same as Hilton Head Honda. Unless used, it looks like this may be about the price range that I am in. 120 is not bad but I have to factor in mount and balance, realistically I would like to see 100.00 range.
 

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Looking for 1 Goodyear Hp for my 07. The Element only has 18k so the other 3 are good. 1 bad due to running over something and putting a hole in the sidewall. Best so far is Hilton Head Honda @ around 120 with a 10% service discount not including mount and balance. Dealers owners new, new used just trying to save some cash. Thx
Gads! I just gave 4 of them away a few months ago. You ought to be able to find a few disgusted owners who've had them yanked off and replaced. Your stats don't say where you're located but you should check with Discount Tire or whatever you have close by and see if they have any take-offs. At 18K miles, yours must be pretty worn.
 

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Your right, they do look a little worn although Honda says the tread depth is good. I really don't like these tires so I may shop around for all four or scan the forums for other opinions on better tires.
 

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Maybe I can help

Hi,
I have the orig. equipment GoodYear Wranglers with about 20K on them.
I'm about to pull the trigger on Nokians and am waiting to hear from tire shop about a Friday 7/23 installation.

PM me if you are interested as I'd rather see one or more go to a good home.
Free. Just reimburse me for the cost of shipping.
Nancy
 

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Goodyear WRANGLER HP Tire - P215/70R16 99S VSB

Sold by Sears | Sears Item# 09586286000 | Model# 86286

Reg Price: $100.00
Savings: $5.00
$95.00

I'm in the minority of owners that have had good luck with these tires. I will need to replace them before Winter, but by that time they should have 65-70K miles! (at 59K right now)
 

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Goodyear WRANGLER HP Tire - P215/70R16 99S VSB I'm in the minority of owners that have had good luck with these tires. I will need to replace them before Winter, but by that time they should have 65-70K miles! (at 59K right now)
Just wait till you have your new tires and then decide if the Wranglers were as good as you thought they were.
 

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Just got my General Grabber HTS after 42,000 on the OEM Wranglers. Nice so far.....
 

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Just wait till you have your new tires and then decide if the Wranglers were as good as you thought they were.
I'll have to wait until the new tires have 60-70k miles on them, then I can make the comparison. Like I said, i've had good luck with them.
 

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I'll have to wait until the new tires have 60-70k miles on them, then I can make the comparison. Like I said, i've had good luck with them.
Congrats on making it that far with the Wranglers!!! Nothing to complain about there, that's for sure.

Mine were down to the treadwear line at 32K and considered toast. My current tires (Bridgestone Dueler AT's) are at 61K and I'm shopping around trying to figure out what to go with for the upcoming fall/winter as I'll need more tread for the traditional snow season than my worn Duelers have on them. According to the tire shop, Bridgestone no longer makes the Dueler AT in the 225/70/16 size. I'd have to change sizes or go with something else.

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Hit 66K last month, and replaced the Wranglers. Probably could have gone another Summer with the remaining tread, but no way I would go through a Winter with them.

After shopping around, I ended up going with stock size Toyo Open Country H/T's. Not the cheapest, maybe not the best, but I have always had good luck with Les Schwab Tires, so that's where I went, again. Got snow and ice the last couple of days, and the new tires worked well!
 
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