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Old 06-09-2018, 08:16 AM
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Directional tires typically get noisier with mileage. Even with proper alignment specs, directional tires can still get louder with even wear and the slightest uneven wear, especially on staggered set-ups that we can't rotate. Some will have better luck than others,(mine are glass smooth with about the same amount of mileage) but still would like a younger set as mine are about 4 years old. For the quietest tires, read lots of reviews and try and stick with symmetrical or asymmetrical tires.(Name Brand of course) Directional tires are geared more for "sport" applications and not necessarily "pushes water out of the way better" as a lot of people are misled to.
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