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Re: What tires to put on my truck?

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bobs old iron

04-23-2012 20:13:59

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others will give opinions, which is their privileged to do, had a '03 f-350 single wheel, had the same tires yours have, i liked Michelin's because the side wall is a stronger built for hauling, yes, there are other tires that can do about the same, i just never had any problems, in fact the last set i put on before trading for my dodge, i found them on c-list in my area for 1/3+ less than buying from dealer, with 95% thread on $.02

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Ralph Bauer

04-24-2012 04:36:39

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 Re: What tires to put on my truck? in reply to bobs old iron, 04-23-2012 20:13:59  
Bob, I have been thinking about replacing them with the same, actually the Michelin LTX M/S 2 (two)...., I guess they continued the development of that tire .... still looking, though, for other's input. Thanks for yours! Ralph.

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Josh in Pa

04-24-2012 15:50:32

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 Re: What tires to put on my truck? in reply to Ralph Bauer, 04-24-2012 04:36:39  
I have bfgoodrich commercial tires on my 3/4 ton. You will get stuck in the wet grass, but they have a ton of miles on them, and they have been quiet the whole time.

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