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pmcjoe
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posted July 22, 2001 09:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for pmcjoe   Click Here to Email pmcjoe     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
The SUV I am considering to buy has these TRAIL GUIDE RADIAL ATP tires on it. Does anyone have any information about these tires? Who makes them? Are they safe?

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Steve
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posted July 23, 2001 01:28 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Haven't heard of that one!?
Most car manufacturers put cheap tires on their vehicles. Even some of the H/T (High-way Tires) tires main name brands are not all that good.

What SUV are you looking at?

But good and safe are two different things.

Best guess they are probably an OK tire for street use.

Besides the vehicle comes with a warranty for the whole car that includes the tires.
if you buy it new.

Steve

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The SUV I am considering to buy has these TRAIL GUIDE RADIAL ATP tires on it. Does anyone have any information about these tires? Who makes them? Are they safe?

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pmcjoe
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posted July 23, 2001 08:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for pmcjoe   Click Here to Email pmcjoe     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
They are on a 1999 Tahoe. I have searched quite a bit and haven't found any information at all about this brand (very strange). I'm sure these are not the original tires it came with.I appreciate the help.
Joe
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Originally posted by Steve:
Haven't heard of that one!? :confused:
Most car manufacturers put cheap tires on their vehicles. Even some of the H/T (High-way Tires) tires main name brands are not all that good.

What SUV are you looking at?

But good and safe are two different things.

Best guess they are probably an OK tire for street use.

Besides the vehicle comes with a warranty for the whole car that includes the tires.
if you buy it new.

Steve


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