Need Help on Michelin roadhandler T Plus


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Posted by Jeff on June 02, 1999 at 10:15:09:

I have a toyota sienna van got set of tires replaced by some reason. It came with Dunlop
SP40/95S originally, and is now replaced by Minhelin Roadhandler T Plus M + S. It has Sears
mark on it, Radial XSE, DOT B9T2 LLPE 378, 215/65R15 95T.
I was told by the toyota dealar that Roadhandler is much better than the SP40, but I can't find
any information for that "Sears" tire from the Michelin web site, nor does from the Web.

1. What Michelin tires are these "Sears" tires equivalent to?
2. Are Roadhandler T Plus a better tire than SP40?
3. What the hell does this "Sears" coming from? Is is considered a degraded tire?
4. Tires are replaced at 48 miles by warranty, I didnot get the warranty (paper, I only have
the paper from Dunlop which come with the owner's manual) from Michelin, do I still get the
same warranty package as Dunlop?

Any commons are appreciated!




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