Hey, maybe they did go back to the drawing board. Lyle keep us posted on how things are going both good and bad as you get miles on them. Right now, there are so few choices in ST tires that I'm hoping you have great luck.
Thanks, I do appreciate it. I know I'm rollin' dem bones, but that $200, and the DT recommendation sold me on them. We've done business with this one DT location for over 20 years, buying dozens of tires, so they know us and our record. I really think they want us back and wouldn't steer us too wrong. I've already admitted that, despite my previous comments, I did have good luck with my last set of Greenball Towmasters, which were installed in '07, though I'd be surprised as hell if they had 5k miles on them.
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I don't think this is much of a gamble, Lyle. You've got a lot of tire under a light 25'r. That is the key to making any of these ST tires survive. Plenty of overrating.
And if those Greenballs held up, this should be a cinch.
I'm not all that light, when loaded. Surprisingly, this low profile rig grosses 11,300 with nearly 4k lbs CCC. It's =stout=, having a Zieman frame. If it didn't have a fairly light pin, I'd be overloaded on my '02 D'max, for sure.