How does the quality of Hal's discounted metzeler tires compare to the Stones?? Thanks, Greg
I haven't changed my opinion...still don't like them. But you gotta admit...that's a great price.spine60 said:My point is simply that when I bought tires everyone was very specific about the ones they liked best. Now that there is a $90 decrease in price, everyone seems not to care about their origional opinions? If I remember correctly, the Metzelers were the ones that most complained about wobbling and short lifespan? Is $90.00 worth dropping all of our opinions or is it that it really doesn't matter which tire you buy as long as your tire pressure is kept correct?? Thanks, Greg
It appears to me that you speak with a forked tongue. :? You DID comment. :wink: :lol:Red said:
I would be interest to hear about this design change you're referring to. Can't say as I've heard anything from Metz regarding a design change.If what's been written on this forum about Metzelers is true, many have had a wobble problem with them, stemming from a poor design. That was changed, however, and the new Metzelers don't have the problems of the old ones.