What brand of tire is a good tire???

Discussion in 'Tires / Brakes / Bearings / Axles' started by popupfor4, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. popupfor4

    popupfor4 New Member

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    Hello,
    I have been doing alot of research on this. What I have found at eTRAILER is they don't have what I need 5.70-8C they only have B rated in my size. There are alot of tires in my size with rims on the net but don't know which brand is trusting, hopefully someone on here has gone thru this or someone knows the trusted brands that you can get tire and rim mounted. Thanks alot
     
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    You can check Duro's web site to find a distributor close to you or Google Duro to check online stores. Check etrailer.com, one of the site sponsors, to see if they carry them.


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    Duro tires sell.....Duro tires!

    Check the 570-8 6 ply rated tire here ----> Duro Tires

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    I have the same size tires on my pup, I dont what brand they are . But I bought em new last summer at Belle Tire. Got the C rated ones also, didnt need to but wanted to be safe. They have a rougher ride because they require 75 pounds instead of 50 I believe for the b rating ones.
     
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    I had a hard time finding my 'C' rated tires my my PU. I found them at an Independant Tire store. All of the chains in the area only carried 'B's. I have Carlisle on mine right now and had no problem with them. My tires are on 13' rims and I am told 13' rims are getting harder to find tires for. Good luck.

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    We purchased our Duro tires from www.jcwhitney.com and had then installed at our local discount tire. It worked out great for us.
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