Join Date: May 2011
Location: Des Moines, Iowa
They're known as Screamin' Eagles. When they get roughly quarter to halfway worn down they tend to harden worse than a Michelin and scream loudly on the interstate. I had two originals I discarded with about 40k miles on them they were on the front only and wore pretty damn well for being on the front of the car only. But they were getting loud enough to where you could hear them in the car. Even though I got rid of them they still had a descent amount of tread left on them to where they could have gone to about 50K in mileage I would say before the wear bars became fully exposed.
2008 Liquid Red V6: K&N Air Filter, Commodore Tail Lamps, GM 410mm Antenna Mast, Coil Spring Rubbers for rear suspension, Pontiac Mud Guards (Winter Only), COMMODORE Badge, GM Chiclet Debadge, UK Tax Disc, Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 96W tires, and an Interstate Battery.