Re: Volkswagen Eurovan

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Posted by JRHedlund on May 29, 1998 at 18:21:04:

In Reply to: Volkswagen Eurovan posted by George Burley on May 12, 1997 at 17:08:58:

Stay away from the Continentals as they were original on mine and 3 out of the 5 have had severe steel belt separation (fortunately, with the exception of 1 with plenty of warning). The Michelins are the best solution for a reinforced sidewall that will take more than 35 PSI. They have been "discontinued" by Michelin, which means you can get them from the Charleston SC warehouse if you can prove to them that you really need them. Haven't tried the Goodyears, but assume they are easier to adjust when they fail than the Continentals. No tire dealer in Georgia will touch them with a stick. Good luck. Let me know if you find a solution for the problem.

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