Costco no longer carries the OEM tires. Anybody know where to get them at a good price?
Yes Trunk, stock tires :? I get great mileage and I fly around curves :badgrin: I take 20MPH curves at 50, even with low treads like I have now. There are some wicked curves on Rt 9 near Charles Town that I look forward to every day Jim: I got the tires at Firestone before, and although I can't remember the exact cost, it was well over $300. I won't be going back to Firestone unless I have no other choice. Merchants website says $55, so that may be my best choice, unless someone is aware of a better price.trunkout said:stock tires?
From:Yves M.PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2005 8:34 pm Post subject: Reply with quote
It is not true that he rear wheels are not adjustable: they are.
Of course it is not as easy as turning a bolt like the other Honda. But it is as easy as adjusting hte wheels of a Chevrolet Cavalier.
Ther are spacers that they put between the axel plate and the brake plate. It is shaped in a "U" form and the thickness can be grindded to fit the correction needed.
In the old days thase where alloy spacers but now they use some kind of plastic.
There are 4 bolts per whell to loosen to put the spacer in. It is not straight forward as the wheel position relative to the body gives different results.
Those Honda technicians are just amateurs. I had my car checked and my dealer had given my a local aligment shop to go to. Just because all other honda has simple adjustment bolts but they have no experience.
Go to a speciallized in alignment shope. They can actually build the part out of one made for an other car.