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The truck came with Michelin LTX A/S. I have no complaints with them, but they are more expensive than the others. Are they worth the $? Any comments on the Bridgstone Duelers? I'd also look at the Pirelli Scorpion ST. Bridgestone Dueler H/L
DVDMAN Any recommendations on what to put on my 98 Dodge Ram quadcab 1500 w/ 2 wheel drive? I don't really go off road, but do tow a boat, and am thinking of getting a slide in Camper shell, so I want decent tires to handle the extra weight. edlight I'm running the Dueler HT's on my van, load range C (LT's). Very nice. You can return them within 30 days, but probably wouldn't. I think they're wearing out faster than they say, but with a 60,000 mile, 5-year mileage warrantee that gives me pro-rated credit on any replacement tire, it's ok. bretfraz Since the LTX A/S is an all-season tire, look at other comparable tires:
Yokohama Geolandar H/T
Goodyear Wrangler AP
That Pirelli mentioned in the other post
Toyo Open Country
The truck came with Michelin LTX A/S. I have no complaints with them, but they are more expensive than the others. Are they worth the $?
Any comments on the Bridgstone Duelers?
I'd also look at the Pirelli Scorpion ST.
Bridgestone Dueler H/L
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