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Old October 20th, 2010, 12:15 PM
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I talked to my buddy Charles over at War Tires and he has a set of these tires on his H2 and says that he hits 85-90 mph every weekend. So if they are balanced good then i dont see you having any issues.
Good news then!

I actually drove these bias ply's down the road yesterday to get gas. they hum but no shimmy like my parents had, I must've got the bad of their set sittin as the spare then.

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well at 90 mph there aint a single bias ply tire that id trust going down the road. If you plan on hitting speeds in excess of 75 mph id look more at the radials. Much better tires


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oh there is no way I was considering the biasply's on my f150, lol. Definitely considering the radial tires only for Stitches to clobber down the road.

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Ordered 5 tires today, $535 shipped to local terminal.
Vendor receiving new set of tires tomorrow, suppose to be 90% or better tread, said I will be getting those at the same listed price online. Said they should ship out Friday and I should see them after 4 days of transit time.

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Soon!

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SaWeeet! Were you happy with your purchase? How was the tread?




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they look like 80% tread to me and for $535 for 5 shipped, I dig it.

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sooo..... when we gunna see these on the truck???

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Hopefully today if the local tire shop isn't slammed. woke up and theres 2" of powder. called for 5" max in the valley where I am.

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those are some nice tires man. i wish i had 16.5 wheels id definately look into that


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