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Old 05-05-2003, 07:29 AM   #1
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LT Tacoma Tires

For what it is worth: Had a tire go this weekend, fortuately no damage to the trailer. Stopped by the local tire dealer for a replacement spare, and he was not particulary kind to Tacoma tires. He pointed out that on the sidewall, reflect 2X2 ply, then he showed me his low end replacement tire (Enduro, which reflected 3x3 ply at cost of $69.00), and you could feel and see the difference in the tire casing. Montana was new in Nov, running correct pressure, and happened going 25 MPH, (reason for no damage). Believe I am going to upgrade my tires.

Mike and Lorraine
Stafford, Virginia
2003 Montana 3655FL with F350 Diesel

Edited by - Mike on 05/05/2003 12:50:05 PM
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