Time for new tires

Discussion on wheel & tire issues
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Re: Time for new tires

Post by storm9c1 » Fri Oct 09, 2020 11:16 pm

Update... Life got in the way, and I still haven't ordered new tires. LOL

Has anybody had any experience with the "General G-MAX Justice" tires? I like the idea of them. But worried they are not tuned for comfort in any sense. Looks like they are Made in the USA.

They are more expensive than some of the other options (especially 235/50R18 size). Harder to find. Tire Rack shows backordered.

The manufacturer claims they have a stiffer side wall (stiffer than what?), so I'm worried about a harsh ride. I imagine that some of you got these tires on your cars when you bought them, so how do you like them?

The General website claims for fleet purchase only, but I have found a few stores online who will sell them to us lowly civilians. ;-)
Tom (AKA: Storm)
2011 Caprice 9C3: L77, 8K miles, first-owner, purchased July 2011.
1995 Caprice 9C1: LT1, 178K miles, summer car.
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1995 Caprice Wagon: LT1, 62K miles.
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Re: Time for new tires

Post by Hybridc24k » Wed Nov 10, 2021 7:35 pm

I got Pirelli P Zero Nero. I ran this tire before on multiple cars and loved it.
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