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Old 05-18-2014
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New Tire selection

The other day bought new tires for the 03 ranger xlt. Wanted Cooper Discoverer AT/3 but there were not immediately available in town. Cooper has a different brand line called mastercraft. Bought something called a "Courser AXT" in 265/70/16 at $136 a tire. So far they demonstrate a bit more traction than the Michelins that were on the truck. Kind of off-road looking tread but seems quiet on the highway. Used to get a bad rumble starting a 50 mph. Now the rumble doesn't start until 55 and it not quite as bad. Has a 60,000 mile warranty.
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Since you've already bought the tires instead of waiting a short bit to get what you wanted....your question is ..... ?
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