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Bobi and Dick McKee

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The Goodyear drivers on our Sportchassis were down to 5/32 in 22,000 miles. Not being happy with the Goodyears I decided to switch to Bridgestone, a brand I have always had good luck with.  I priced 6 R250ED 255/70 22.5 at two stores here in Mohave Valley.  Wow, $4800 plus tax for 6 mounted with bags in all tires.  Went on line and found a commercial Bridgestone dealer in Las Vegas.  The company GCR, a nation wide dealer, sold me the tires for $3290 out the door. Found out they are owned by Bridgestone and can offer special deals to retail customers to "introduce" them to Bridgestone.  Thought I would pass the info on for those looking for tires.

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Wow what a difference. Thanks for the post.

I now have 33,000  an hoping on 40,000 on the drivers plus they don't seem to have failure I had on one steer

Clay

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I went with Michelin..  a bit softer sidewall and less expensive than above.. I have done a couple of longer trips and a pretty happy.

Running 90psi all around but will pump up a bit when we go long time..

 

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