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posted August 11, 2000 08:00 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I am considering replacing my Wilderness AT tires on my Explorer with Bridgestone Dueler AT's. Anyone have any good or bad experiences with this tire?

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posted August 11, 2000 01:03 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
do you drive off-road? if not, then go with the Bridgestone Dueler HL, smoother sport truck tires that will last at least 60,000 miles. check all types of tires out at tirerack.com remember, Explorers can use passenger tires too if not used off-road. they are very helpful, just ask. any questions that i can help you with, e-mail me at diacovone@aol.com
i just think the AT version is a little loud and not as smooth driving on the road. We have a '95 Explorer.

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posted August 12, 2000 05:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for edlight     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Don't forget the HT. Something between the HL and AT. Gets a "very good" rating in reviews of vehicles that come with it. Have them in LT weight on my 150 van - very nice ride and steering and grip. Don't know what they'd do on ice and snow. Fine for dirt roads. 60k mileage warrantee within 5 years. AT is 50k.

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