Join Date: Sep 2015
Location: Chittering Valley Western Australia
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I have used a lot of pilot road 3s & found them a good compromise between wear & grip, as we don't have lots of bends in WA. I've just tried the pilot 4 & did an extra 1000ks compared to the 3s, but found the rear very wooden compared to the 3s, so won't use them again. For me the Michelins are the easiest tyre to fit because of their construction, no steel belt in the side wall.
All depends on what you need from the tyre, but there is plenty to choose from