Re: Re: Not the same tire at Walmart? CR Responds


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Posted by Rich on March 26, 1999 at 13:03:52:

In Reply to: Re: Not the same tire at Walmart? CR Responds posted by Connie Smith on March 17, 1999 at 22:06:54:

Look at the tires you have on your car. If they say the same thing on the
sidewall, then they are the OE (original equipment)tires that came with the
car unless they have been changed before. If you had success with these
tires then they are probably the ones you should put back on. If you only
got half the mileage or less, than the mileage warranty calls for then you
should change. Don't go by the UTQG rating unless you stay with the same
brand of tires i.e; Goodyear to Goodyear or General to General. If you
would like more info, send me an email. I will gladly give you all the
advice (and my opion) you would like.I have been in the tire business for
twenty five years and been to many training seminars and also won awards.
Just trying to help because buying tires can be a rip-off. Something I
don't like to see.


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