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Just wondering, does every Bullitt come with Goodyear Eagle 245/45 ZR 17 or does anybody have a different brand tire on the car? Any comments on tire pressure?

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Bullitts should have Goodyear Eagle ZR45's on them. As for tire pressure, the recommended tire pressure is on a sticker on the inside of the glove compartment....
 

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Yep, they're definitely Goodyears; however I have a set of BFG G-Forces on the way. I'll use those and save the originals for car shows and displays.
 

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put Michelin Pilots on my 97 GT and Dunlop SP Sport 5000's on my 99 GT. both handled much, MUCH better in the wet than stock Goodyears.
used 275/40's in the rear and kept 245/45's in the front. Mustangs handle VERY well with 275/40's in the rear.(at least in the dry!)
i recommend calling the Tire Rack to ANYONE who is thinking about new tires. those guys go out of their way to be helpful and they know a WHOLE lot more than me!! (not hard!)
 

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well, you can always take the price you get quoted from tire rack and take them to your local retailer and ask them to match or come close!
5 OH B said these are NEW Goodyears and supposed to be better than the old Gatorbacks so i will keep them for a while till i decide
 

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I have to say, my tires stick like glue on the interstate entrance ramps. Especially at about 60 mph on the 30mph ramps. They don't even squeal. I love it!
 
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