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So the factory p zero neros FINALLY needed to be replaced. Hated those tires. Went with the Firestone Firehawk Indy’s. 255 40 R19. Night and day. I was deciding between those and the Michelin PS, but the price difference and reviews swayed me. The Michelin’s are nearly twice as much, with a 30k treadlife warranty. Firestone give no warranty on tread life, but the price swayed me. Great grip. Hook well off the line. I’m happy. Definitely worth a look if you’re buying new tires.
 

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I've had the Firestone Firehawk Indy’s on my previous Ford, but here in Australia they are sold as under the Bridgestone brand name.
They are excellent tyres, and yes much cheaper than the Michelin PS.
Excellent value for money.
 

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I've had the Firestone Firehawk Indy’s on my previous Ford, but here in Australia they are sold as under the Bridgestone brand name.
They are excellent tyres, and yes much cheaper than the Michelin PS.
Excellent value for money.
Well, I think Bridgestone bought Firestone, didn’t they?
 
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