Does Goodyear still make the Eagle GT?

Does Goodyear still make the Eagle GT?

The Goodyear Eagle GT is no longer available.

How many miles do Goodyear Eagle LS tires last?

The Eagle LS sports two steel belts with nylon reinforcement for added strength and durability when driving at higher speeds. They also add more even treadwear and a longer lifespan, which Goodyear backs up with a 70,000 mile tread guarantee. You will find many sizes available in several different speed ratings.

Are Goodyear Eagles good?

Goodyear has a very good model in the new Eagle Sport All Season. We feel that it’s a much higher performing tire than the legendary Eagle GT, yet priced below their line of Eagle F1 models. Traction on both dry or wet pavement is excellent, but it’s the cornering grip and steering response that stick out the most.

Does Goodyear still make white letter tires?

The Goodyear logo pops in their signature yellow, a standout feature at the time. Some manufacturers went with a more subdued look: letters simply outlined in white. This is still common today and is usually designated with a model number with OWL (Outlined White Lettering).

Does Goodyear make a white letter tire?

Both N/S and E/S tires have the words Goodyear and Polyglas elevated in small solid white lettering.

How old should tires be before replacing?

It may be tentative, but tires do have an expiration date. There is a general consensus that most tires should be inspected, if not replaced, at about six years and should be absolutely be swapped out after 10 years, regardless of how much tread they have left.

Is Goodyear Eagle Sport good in snow?

The Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season is a high performance tire designed for dry and wet traction, as well as light snow.

What does RS mean on a tire?

Standing for “RennSport” – German for racing/motor racing – RS has been applied to distinguished roadgoing performance machines of the past century. Some of the most iconic and significant performance Porsches in history carry this label.