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GlennAny comments about the Mohawk Predator tire.

Good? Bad? I'm not looking for a high performance tire, however I don't want to get
ripped off with a cheap, poorly made tire.


i believe mohawk is now owned by yokohama, and discount tire does sell several models by both cos. i recall that i had some mohawks on a truck many years ago but can't really recall their performance.


dirtyspence Mohawk in manufactured by Friend Tire Company in Missouri, I don't know if they are affiliated with any other manufacturer.

I've known people who've used their truck tires and were happy with their performance, but as far as performance tires ... I'm not sure.

I had a set of Cooper Cobra GTH on my Turbo Thunderbird and was REALLY happy with them! They had a 45k mile warranty(unheard of for a performance tire) and were absolutley knee deep in tread! Plus they has a cool sidewall graphic! Check em out!

[This message has been edited by dirtyspence (edited July 17, 2001).]

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