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Michelin Power Road TLR, 28mm: I mounted them a couple days ago, and only have 100 miles on them, but the first impression is good. They don't seem quite as supple as the Pro One Addix, but they're not bad by any means. My impression is that the grip is pretty good, but there's so much salt and sand on the roads here that I'm not about to chuck them around any time soon. I hear that these do pretty well in terms of mileage, so I'm cautiously optimistic, there - we'll see how the next few months go.

These are pretty tight, probably as tight as I've experienced. I didn't need any tools to get them on to the rims (I've never needed any), but I did have to be very deliberate about getting the beads in to the center of the rim and taking up slack before getting the last bit over the edge. Once on the rims, they seated very easily.
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