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posted February 29, 2000 06:09 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
We have a 95 Isuzu Trooper and want to put the scorpions on the trooper. We are wondering if anyone has had any experience at all with them. We live in Texas and do off roading in NM, Colo., and Tx. and are concerned how well they perform in these terrains (desert/mountains). Also how well they hold up to the 40,0000 mile warranty. 75% will be spent on city/highway and 25% offroad. Noise is not an issue, but we want the tires to be a good quality and last to 50,000. If you have any thoughts at all on these tires please post a reply. Thanks.

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Fred Smith
posted March 09, 2000 04:48 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I purchased Scorpion A/T's about 8000 miles ago and love them. They are the quietest A/T I have ever had on the Road, hardly no road noise! I had stock Goodyear Wranglers on my Jeep for 30k miles and hated them, they were really noisy. The Scorpions are good in the Mud, I live in West Texas and have had them in the mud, snow, rain, and they are great. They also show no signs of wear yet. Go for it, I got them at Discount tire, Co. Good luck.

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