Join Date: Dec 1999
Location: Livermore, CA USA
Talk to some tire people. Find out if they're jointless belt constuction (better for uniformity or staying round). Whats the speed rating? Load rating? Ask what the wear index is, the traction and temperature. Talk to the salesman thats going to take into consideration your needs (performance vs. milage). Does the tread pattern look like its going to be noisy? Will they line up the same mark on the tires? Do they use a torque wrench to tighten the lug nuts? Some tire shops may also offer other sevices like, free lifetime balancing or rotating, if applicable. The tires are what keeps your car on the road. It is an important decision. Often times major tire manufacturers will make private label tire for Sears, Wal-Mart etc. This may be one of those hallmark brands and may explain the lack of info avilable. Again, go talk to an expert. You might actually find out that service and knowledge can be found.
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'04 GMC Duramax Crew Cab- Edge Racing Juice/Banks exhaust/Weld Wheels
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'88 BMW M5
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