I'm glad you like them tires, you could not GIVE me a set of them tires! LOLOL
OK, I won't give you a set then.
In all honesty, I would probably look at a set if I lived where you do, but here in the semi rainy/wet/snowy NW US......not a real good all year around tire! in fact, kind of useless in snow/ice/slush/mud/dirt etc......
They are round are they not?!?!? at least I hope so!LOLOL
Yea, we don't get much snow and slush here in Houston TX. They do work fine in the rain. For someone that stays on the pavement and out of the mud (like me) they work great and I like really like how stongly they are built.
I took factory Generals off mine after 6 yrs and 56k miles....put on Michelins....drives better a WEE bit, no other difference noted...and with 18k on them they still look new. Lots of good tires out there...if you were happy with your last brand...keep that brand
I run Bridgestone Duravis R500s and really believe no other tire can come close to the amount of miles and durabilty that tire can with stand. I have 165,000 miles on a set 265/70/17 worn down to 4/32nds took them off for winter and now have a set size 235/85/16 on the truck. I find the 235s are way better in the snow than the wider tire of the same kind
Well, i've had a friend with these tires on his dodge go at least 70k, I don't know what my tires will bring because they are not worn out yet. I only got about 35k out of the stock tires. I'm just telling him what i'm seeing. Literally, these tires are about halfway worn out. And no, it wasn't a misprint. I have 45k miles on these tires and they still appear to have half tread. I'm not an idiot, although nice try getting people to think I am.
I don't think you're an idiot or lying either. The Michelins on our old E150 van went over 100,000 miles. I was very impressed!