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Hello all, I'm new to the forum. Has anyone mounted the Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires? What was your experience with them?

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They came standard on my 2009 SRT. They are a decent all season tire with much better tread wear than the optional Goodyear F1s. If winter temperatures get below 40 degrees in your area, you should stay away from summer tires. They give better traction but become "hockey pucks" in cold weather.

There are, however, other all season tires available that are as good, or better, than the RSAs. Look through this forum for tire recommendations.
 

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24-28,000 and they'll be done. Have about 12,000 on NITTO Motivos and they are showing minimal wear and give comparable grip. These NITTO claim to be a 60,000 mile tire.
 
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Hello all, I'm new to the forum. Has anyone mounted the Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires? What was your experience with them?

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They came on my car. I got 31k out of that set and 32k out of the second set. They are good all around tires. I am running Nitto Motivo's currently.
 
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Got 28k out of my original RSA's, replaced them with RSA2's.

Liking them better, and should last 35-40k at the rate they are wearing. Overall, the RSA2's are a step up, and I would do it again.

Best of luck with your choice.
 
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RSAs came on my 09 RT. Averaged about 25k on two sets. I stretched the second set during the winter, itwas hard because they lost basically all of their traction. When the dealer wanted $250 each for another set I said there has to be something better. Comparison shopping showed that the RSAs are a terrible tire with lower ratings for wear and traction than tires half the dealer price. I have about 7k on a set of General Gmax tires. These are so much better in the winter and now the summer as well. I saved over $200 fully installed. They have a more aggressive tread that looks great, but they are directional so watch for mistakes on the rotations.
 
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