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Old 02-05-2004, 11:52 PM
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I just got a set of bridgestone duelers in 285/16 d rated from the local firestone shop for 598 out the door. i had to go bridgestone cause the firestone at's stopped at 265's. i had those on it originally and was very pleased.. 3 years and 87000 miles from em..i hope i am that llucky with these!
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Old 02-06-2004, 01:56 AM
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I've got 36,000 miles on a set of 305/70 R16 Pro Comp AT's, they don't look like they are going to make it to 50,000 as advertised, but I will buy them again, they are quiet, hook up real good, and work great in the snow and even work in the rain we get once in a while up here in the Northwest.

I won't buy anything else again, also if you can go a little longer they have them on sale 4 for the price of 3 a couple of times a year, their catalog shows $133.99 for 285/75R16.

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Old 02-06-2004, 05:31 AM
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S-UP FOWL???

LT285/75R16

BFG AT/KO 147.00
BRIDGESTONE DUELER A/T REVO 144.00
GENERAL AMERITRAC 98.00
GOOD FOR A YEAR WRANGLER AT/S 129.00
MICHELIN LTX M/S 159.00
UNIROYAL LAREDO AWT 96.00


and Finally,, what youve been waiting for ,,
The Waterfowl SPECIAL of the Day!!!!!


Kumho Road Venture AT KL41-- $87.50

Mike,, Dont forget it will be around 10.00 per Tire for Freight!!! Quit being such a SISSY TIGHTWAD!!! You cant take all that Freakin Money with you!!!!
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Old 02-06-2004, 07:56 AM
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I have a set of 265 70R 16 Firestone Wilderness LE that I took of my wifes Suburban with 15 miles on them. I will let you have them for $300.00 plus shipping. I guess OSOs picture posting is still f#&ked up. I was going to show you what they looked like.
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Old 02-06-2004, 08:51 AM
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Pirelli Scorpions, decent priced great tires
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Old 02-06-2004, 09:14 AM
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by MitchStellin
[B]Another vote for Cooper, heck I have a hard time breaking them loose and doing donuts in the snow. I had Firebombs before and never felt safe,


Now you tell me that Mitch!!!after you sold the Firestones to me you dirtbag!!!!I love them !!way better in the snow than my stock ones Bridgestones from GM. Mike I got a set of Wranglers from Sams last year for the wifes truck for about $450 but they are black walls and smaller than the 285's that you want. Did it come with 285's???Thats alot of rubber to turn if you dont have the gear for it. I have 410's and the 265.75.r16's that I bought from Mitch seem about right for the gear....
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Old 02-06-2004, 10:07 AM
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I love the bridgestone Revos. Only wish they offered a 285 in a E rated tire.

They are quite, but with an aggressive tread. Best snow tire I've ever had on a truck, and they handle well on the dry.
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Dyno, those tires I gave you are very good in the snow and are smooth and quiet. I just needed more tire from the lift. I call them firebombs because they all say that. Otherwise I would have kept them. looks like a weekend home for me, no snowmobiling will make this a long weekend. Oh well, next weekend is close, right?
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