CRV Tyres

Discussion in 'CR-V' started by Zolan D'Arth, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Zolan D'Arth

    Zolan D'Arth Guest

    2003 CRV (the best one) still has "Duellers" on it, not the worlds best
    tyres. When it comes to replacement I intend to buy a set of four
    because of the 4WD issues with this car.
    Does the community out there have any thoughts on makes and types for
    99% on road and motorway quietness?

    Zolan D'Arth, Jan 10, 2010
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    tww1491 Guest

    I just put a set of Firestones Destination LEs on a 03 Pilot (AWD). Good in
    the wet and quiet at a reasonable price. Had a set of Bridgestone Alenzas
    on before -- started OK, but became very noisy after 30k and wore out at
    about 40k. Expensive tire too.
    tww1491, Jan 10, 2010
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    Dave D Guest

    For a quiet, good handling, long lasting tire - you can't go wrong with

    Dave D, Jan 11, 2010
  4. Zolan D'Arth

    Zolan D'Arth Guest

    Yes, I've seen some comments about Michelin but the products you can buy
    in USA are not available (or named something else) in UK.
    Many in US seem to like > Michelin HydroEdge with Green X radial
    What is this tyre called in UK?

    Zolan D'Arth, Jan 11, 2010
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    Dave D Guest

    Try these sites for starters: and
    Hope this helps....
    Dave D, Jan 12, 2010
  6. Zolan D'Arth

    Zolan D'Arth Guest

    Er, not really, searching for HydroEdge even on Google I got only
    references to "Tires" i.e USA suppliers.
    tyrereviews uk has it reviewed but does not list a supplier in UK. I
    think it is either not available or named differently in europe.
    The regular tyre outlets only push the usual cheap (profitable)products
    from pacific rim manufacturers. Anything decent will be an arm and a
    leg. It would probably be cheaper to drive to USA and buy some!
    Zolan D'Arth, Jan 12, 2010
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