welll.... if this is the case you are gonna be absolutely highly limited. from my reading other fuelmax type tires aren't as good as our oe ones. in some regards you will either lose some life/mpg and may get better traction or other way around. you could always put on some more sticky grippy tires and drive a bit slower to compensate, not ideal but i favor traction and ride vs a little extra mpgIf I can't find the OEM tires, what is my best bet for a second choice? I don't want to lose any traction or gas mileage, nor do I want to sacrifice wear. I'm happy with only having to replace tires every 80K or so. Thanks.