- Aug 20, 2003
What do you think? Tirerack has them rated #1 Going on a '99 S-10 Blazer (235/75/15)
quote:No need to get your panties in a bunch. You stated they are really good tires but are exspensive. I simply stated that I can't put a price on my family. I'd rather spend the extra bucks and get excellent tires,than try and skimp and get junk.
Originally posted by Brett Miller: Excuse me for answering. Then you should be buying Michelin.
quote:I've looked at the Michelins,but it seems as though there are better tires on the market right now. The Michelins have slipped in their TR ratings. The Revos are probably too aggressive for this SUVs use.
Originally posted by outrun: Michelin LTX M&S , cross listed with Sears XC LT4 Bridgestone Dueler REVO, this seems very HOT too
quote:I would buy these in a minute if they made them in my size (205-75-15). There isn't even a 225-70-15 available or I would plus size to that. Have you looked at the Dunlop RVXT's and Firestone AT's? The AT's get VERY good reviews at Tire Rack (although take them with a grain of salt) and are cheaper than the REVO's.
Originally posted by Stewart Fan: What do you think? Tirerack has them rated #1 Going on a '99 S-10 Blazer (235/75/15)
Quote:They have a 60,000 mile warranty, and are rated 600AB; that's pretty good for a truck/SUV tire, even when only compared to the rest of the Goodyear line.
I did not like the way that they are directional and can only be rotated front-to-back without taking the tire off the wheel each time. I guess this is why their tread wear is lower than other comparable tires. I did like their snow and water channeling grooves