Any other new Wide singles with good RR?

I need drives.

Now I've found in my quest to switch to wide singles that the Michelin D is the only one with a better RR than my Yoko TY517 duals. (100 — 87)

Even Yokos TY517 wide version is worse than the dual……Isnt the whole idea behind these things supposed to be better fuel economy?

Does anyone know what the fuel savings would be and if it would even offset the cost of those darn Michelins?

I already have a set of rims I got for free and it still doesn't seem feasable to switch.

The only other tire I was hopeful about doesnt even have a RR number on Michelins calculator…..the Yoko Bluearth 709L Wide Base…and Michelin doesnt seem to want to say why.

Me thinks ill be sticking with duals?

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