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Old 05-11-2013, 09:36 AM   #8
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I would lean towards the Bridgestones, but spend just a little more for their summer tires...they wear great, grip great, rain is no problem (once I was in Palm Springs with slight flooding of streets and highways, all the suvs were having trouble and I was still going 80mph on my Box without a hint of hydroplaning).

As another member said here, the wear numbers only compare within the company, they have no meaning at all when you cross reference brands, just fyi.
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