Another Kenda Tire Question

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Re: Michelin tires

Postby Chief409 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:16 pm

markj wrote:You could easily substitute my name for George's first reply!!!! I feel the exact same way. My Karrier's had about 6000 miles on them; one of them lost a piece of tread, started to split, so I just replaced them with Michelin XPS Ribs. They are slightly larger (85 vs. 80s) and I've just driven them 10 miles so far, but they "look" so much beefier.

Last summer on a trip to Yellowstone, I had the mirrors pointed at my Karriers alot--and I DON'T want that worry anymore! Cost--about $800. Mark

Mark me up for the Michelin XPS tires also. Had around 2000 miles on the LoadStars, and worring about tires driving in the desert and mountian passes...

Since putting on the Michelin XPS we've made a trip to Salt Lake City, then a trip to Gilroy, CA and the peace of mind was worth every penny spent on the Michelin's!
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