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well, the time has come for new tires on my 2016 R.R supercharged LWB, curious to hear what everyone is running, pros and cons of the tires they choose. mine came with The 21' rims. and let's be honest it rarely goes off the pavement, Texas weather is interesting though. the stock tires have performed well but would like to see what other options do I have.
 

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I just purchased the new Michelin Primacy Tour A/S in the stock 21" size. So far, they're great. Quieter than the Michelin Latitude Sport, better in the rain and pretty decent dry weather handling. A little softer ride than the Latitudes but I'm not driving my RRS like a race car.

I wanted to look at the Pirelli P-Zero all seasons but they didn't carry them.


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Booyah,

I only see 315/40/21 on Michelin's website. Is that what you are running?

I don't know what the LWB requires, but my 2013 RRSC with 21 wheels run 275/45/21 and Michelin was not an option for me.

I went with the Bridgestone Duelers. They are really nice tires. They perform well in wet/dry/cold conditions but they are pretty noisy compared to the Goodyear Eagles. I probably would not get them again because of that.
 

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Booyah,

I only see 315/40/21 on Michelin's website. Is that what you are running?

I don't know what the LWB requires, but my 2013 RRSC with 21 wheels run 275/45/21 and Michelin was not an option for me.

I went with the Bridgestone Duelers. They are really nice tires. They perform well in wet/dry/cold conditions but they are pretty noisy compared to the Goodyear Eagles. I probably would not get them again because of that.
The size is buried on their website. Running stock size, 275/45/R21.

Here's the direct link: https://www.michelinman.com/tire/mi...=searchEngineByDim&zipCode=94065#prod_onglets



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Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season...
I found the Scorpion Verde tires to be soft and quiet. Mainly soft. I have them on my XC90 on 19s and Explorer on 20s. Both soft. Went from Falken Ziex S/ZT05 and the difference was very noticeable. Much less road feel and a distinct numbness in steering feedback.
 

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Just replaced the 255/55/20 Goodyears that came OEM on my wife's 2018 Sport V8 and only lasted about 20K miles with all season Pirelli Scorpion Verde Plus II warranted for 65K miles. Don't know if they also come in 21" but check out www.tirerack.com. They have great information about each tire and how it compares to others in the same category. Also feedback/ratings from customers that have purchased and driven on the tires and in some cases tire Rack even did side-by-side performance comparisons using the same vehicle and under the same conditions.
 

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Wet traction is good. My comparisons are to the Falkens and to the factory Pirellis. Nothing to complain about really.
 
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