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Truth If you you want advice on a tire ask someone who has used that tire. Do not trust a company that sells tires to give you the objective advice. donfromnaples I, myself, "trust" the customer (note: not company) survey results posted at tirerack.com. Numerous tires that have been purchased and reviewed by the customers have given poor ratings, adequate ratings, and superior ratings to the large variety of tires available. If a tire scores a 3.6 average rating based on a large number of customers and miles traveled with these tires, then I am not going to consider them one of my choices when I will easily find other suitable tires with much higher ratings from the customers that purchased and used these tires. No, tirerack does not carry all the brands that I may consider. Therefore, I rely on other resources as well to base my decision. I hope this makes clears up any advice I may offer in regards to tires and the reviews that I "trust". Thank you for listening.
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