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Old 01-21-2017, 04:18 PM   #41
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Just as a point of interest, I stopped in NTB (originally, National Tire and Battery) to check on the price difference of two Michelin Defender Tires that I'll be considering as OEM replacements once I get some miles on the original tires. The Defender LTX in a P275/55R20 is$199.99 per tire and the LT265/60R20 LRE is $224.99 per tire, so a difference of $25 per tire. Installation, balance, etc would be the same. So, except for some ride harshness trade-off, I feel that it would be a no brainer to go to the true LT tires.

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One thing I noticed on the Goodyear tires ( several of my friends) is when they wear down to 50 per cent the sipes are gone ,therefore you have no slick road traction, on the michelins the sipes go the full height of the tread, that is why I like the michelins, besides Costco is good to deal with...although I was looking at 15" tires for my 28 ford roadster ( putting a 59 ab flathead in it) wallmart had goodyears, good looking tires for $65, that is a no brainer ..
My tire dealer looked at my Goodyears (45,600 miles on them) and said I probably had another 5,000 miles on the tread but the sipes were pretty well gone. I replaced them with Michelin LTX/MS tires. The only problem I had with the Goodyear SRA's was that I had a sidewall flat at 120 miles on one of them. Tire dealer said he thought someone might have pinched the tire on the side
of the transport trailer while unloading it.
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