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    26Mpg! Nice for a 'burb!
    Gotta love those diesels.

    I had Generals, and Goodyears. I was none too impressed. I felt that with my 2500's stiff suspension they just made the ride that much harder. Plus I think they suck in the New England snow. I recently went to 265/75/16 all terrain Kumhos. great all weather traction and the price was too good to pass up. They ride nice and soft, kind of makes the 'burban feel like a Caddy.

    They were about $82 each compared to the 120-150 for other less impressive tires. (ie Goodyear Wrangler R/T, or Firestone's)
    Patrick
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    When I got a blow-out recently, they gave me a new set of Kumhos on the rear to compensate for them screwing up and giving me the wrong wheel and tire (it was another customers tire, I had gone in to get it looked at, but I didn't have my warranty paper there, and they put the wrong wheel and tire in the back. oops, I had them!)

    Anyhow, they seem like good solid and quiet tires. Best set of tires that I ever got for free!

    Steve
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    Better price than I got!! :D

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    Well, like I said, I had left my warranty paperwork at home, so I had to drive back to get it. They threw someone else's wheel and tire in the back on accident (like someone who was waiting to get on the road) and I was at my house with it in the trunk.

    On condition that I drive back immediately, I got the free set of Kuhmos, but they also got me in instantly, didn't have to wait but 5 minutes while everyone else was waiting like 90.

    Never had something like that happen before, so I knew I had to get someone for my trouble.

    Steve
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    02 Chevy Trailblazer LS (110K+ miles - loaded except for 4WD - WRECKED!)
    99 Chevy Cavalier LS (105K+ miles - commuter car)
    78 Chevy Suburban Silverado (454, 3/4 ton)
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    Funny thing those shoes we all wear on our feet. They're alot like tires on our vehicles. Some people wear Nikes, some wear Payless specials. Some footwear costs $100 or more, some $15. Some footwear lasts a year, some a lifetime.Everyones physique is unique, perhaps similiar but not identical. Funny thing is, it's all footwear. What makes footwear unique is the person wearing it. Every person is as unique as the foot print they have inside the footwear they wear. ..............There-in is the resolution. Everyone's driving technique is as unique and different as their footwear. Therefore the tirewear on their vehicles is just as unique. What works for some may not for others. What footwear fits, feels good and lasts for one may not for another. It's the same with tires. Now this is just my common-sense opinion, but it does make sense logically, doesn't it? Respond to this and I'll tell you what I'm putting on my late-model Bourban next. Rich

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    Ok, I'll bite. I would definately have to agree with your statement. So what are you putting on your 'burban?

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    Anyone bought any new tires for their burban lately?

    Steve
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    02 Chevy Trailblazer LS (110K+ miles - loaded except for 4WD - WRECKED!)
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    My tires are very good they stick to the road and they arenít expensive
    BF Goodrich all terain

    http://www.1010tires.com/tire.asp?ti...in+T%2FA%AE+KO
    Peter Smet
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    What's the weather like up there (over there) for you Davandy?

    Steve
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    Most of the time it rains
    A day of five snow in a year.
    And twenty days summer if we're lucky
    Peter Smet
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