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Old 04-20-2007
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I know many people who used the Cooper HT's, including my daughter, and they are an awesome tire for the price.
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Old 04-20-2007
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The more I hear from you all guys I going for the Michelin!!!!!!
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Old 04-21-2007
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Originally Posted by SonicblueFordRanger03
The more I hear from you all guys I going for the Michelin!!!!!!
If you are not going to be doing a lot of off-roading which it doesn't sound like you are than the m/s's are your best option. As far as on road comfort and wear there is nothing else that can compare to them they are in a class of their own and that is why they are priced so high and still sell so well.
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Old 04-22-2007
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the michelins are a great tire. Our local drilling company (Pense Brothers Drilling) uses them on all of there trucks. I used to work at the tire shop here in town and we sold that tire about 85% of the time. You wount be disappointed in them. They balance great, long lasting, and they are quiet on the road.
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