Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Hellish Central California
Mentioned: 2 Post(s)
The Michelins are dual compound, and are supposed to work well in the wet, which is coming (such as it is around here).
I would like to say I'm more concerned with safety on damp, slippery roads (the lack of general rainfall here means roads get slick every time any amount of water is on them), but long life is extremely important, too. If the Michelins are getting twice the life of the Pirellis, that's a slam dunk.
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