Re: !995 Volvo 850 Turbowgn. class action tire/wheel lawsuit


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Posted by David Emanuel on May 20, 1999 at 22:16:07:

In Reply to: !995 Volvo 850 Turbowgn. class action tire/wheel lawsuit posted by Twana on April 16, 1999 at 13:16:15:

I have a 94 Turbo Wagon which was also included in the class action suite. I received a letter but no "coupon" yet.
Before I knew of the suite I already have 2 fairly badly bent up rims and new and used ones are not affordable for me.
I also replaced my old Michelins (2 blow outs on the same beach trip) with the Dunlop Z-rate, SP4000s. I don't think this
is a good choice as less than a year later the edges are already worn pretty badly. I am using the 50 size and think I will
take the recommendation of others and go to the 55s. Any ideas for a better feeling tire? I live in the south so snow
is mostly not a problem. I wish they would award more than $500. I think that it is too cheap considering that I will most
likely have to replace 2 wheels when I buy new tires at $240 a piece (used), and tires will cost me at least $100 a piece.
If anyone has any ideas where to buy either rims or tires for cheaper, please e-mail me. Thanks, Dave


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