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Old 10-17-2016, 06:43 PM   #21
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Put 4 Cooper AT3 on our Econoline Clubwagon last week-LOVE them !

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Old 10-17-2016, 07:22 PM   #22
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We had Michelin ltx on my truck from the factory. Lasted 38000 miles. Currently waiting on my special order transforce HT tires. Apparently, nobody within an hour radius stocks an E rated tire with a load index of 124 that will fit my truck... 265/70R18. Getting them at firestone for $179/ tire....with installation and road hazard etc we are looking at 976 out the door. Much cheaper than most other decent tires I could find in the area. I usually go with Michelin but these are about $250 cheaper. Our other car needs tires and they are also willing to give us a multiple car discount.

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Old 10-20-2016, 04:25 AM   #23
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Michelins Installed

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Be careful with Costco tires. I bought new tires form them about 3 years ago and all four were 4 years old. Make sure you check the dates.
New tires came in at Costco and had them installed yesterday. Big visual difference between the 3 to 4 32nds on my old TransForce tires and the 14/32s on the new tires. I actually was not paying attention and DW had brought it up. Anyway, I did check the date stamps and was surprised to find a different date on each tire. 2916, 3016, 3116, and 0616??. So one is a bit stale but not in a worrisome way. I did record their positions so I can keep track of them as they are rotated and change positions.

A nice part of the Costco $15/tire install package is free rotations and balancing for the life of the tires... they suggest every 7K miles. Nitrogen refills as needed also. And if you have a flat repaired somewhere else... they will purge and refill with nitrogen for free... pretty amazing. Road hazard is also a part of that $15/tire package.

Not sure I am a nitrogen believer but at the price (free) I will buy in.

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