Dayton Quadra SE Tires

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69
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Indiana
On the Ford Aerostar, I bought Dayton Quadra SE tires for it when the original's wore out at 55k miles years ago. The Quadra tires I believe are a 40-45k tire. Now those tires lasted on that van for over 70k miles! I was not very good at rotating them on a regular basis (only when I replaced the brakes or had some work done), but they still lasted a LONG time. [Smile] I liked them so much that I put a second set on. They currently have over 40k on them, and will probably outlast the van! [crushedcar] Another good thing about the Dayton's are the price: less than $200 for a set of 4. Since my Saturn will be due for new tires shortly, I just priced them for it (185/65R14) and they came in at $195 total. Just wanted to let anyone know if they're needing tires to possibly check them out. [Patriot]
 
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350
Location
Indianapolis, IN
Dayton tires are just re-labled Firestones & Bridgstome products. A great bargain if you ask me. Just before I got rid of a late model Jetta, I replaced the Michelin MXV4+ OE tires with some RoadKing (Tires Plus Firestone private label) WideTrack tires. They are a generic FireHawk SS20. The RK tires gave better handling response, had better snow/wet traction and were much quieter than the Michelins. At 25% the cost of the MXV4, the RK was a 200% better deal! I second checking out Firestone/Bridgstone tires…including all the private labels. They are fine tires. (I could talk all day about my bad experiences with Goodyear!)
 
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