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    And I didn't know about McMinnville until I drove through Newberg. Saw the sign for the Evergreen Aviation Museum and couldn't believe it: there was the Spruce Goose in all it's glory. Awesome museum, that. And we went back to McMinnville to the hotel for happy hour and some "Terminator Stout". My California friends polished off every bottle of it that I brought down (well, I helped some ;0)

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    Ahh, the northwest with it's microbrews. Not a whole lot of options on tap down in the Lone Star state. Well, there is Lone Star, etc. Bring some over here if you're coming through.

    Steve
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    99 Chevy Cavalier LS (105K+ miles - commuter car)
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    Will do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by junior2005 View Post
    It's been about 4 years since I've had to purchase tires for my 1990 Suburban. It seems to me that tire prices are MUCH more expensive than they used to be.

    I am looking for a good set that are rated for the SUV and that are good for towing a large trailer.

    Anyone have any suggestions for what I might be looking for?
    Thought I would resurrect an old post from 2 1/2 years ago. Everyone needs tires! This is also a good example of thread robbing.

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    wow, so what do you think about tire prices now?
    1998 Dodge Neon:neutral: Yeah so, I like It
    1988 GMC Suburban:gasp: TPI Heads, Hedderman Long tube headers, and the valve train out of a drag truck, It has just been rebuilt, and She LIVES!!!! DYNO anybody?!

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    I would have to recamend the firestone destination A/T thay are a good long tread life tire that are good in the snow mud and they run down the highway really smooth I had a set of them with 80,000 miles on them and they still looked decent they are between 76.00 and 159.00 on the tirerack website
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    the vehicles I have/had
    1989 GMC 2500 4wd (Sold)
    1989 Palomino hard-side popup
    1990 GMC 2500 pickup 2wd
    1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (Beater) (sold)
    1997 GMC jimmy sle 4wd (Sold)
    1999 Silverado Z71 offroad
    2000 Sunline 30' travel trailer
    2003 Silverado Z71 offroad
    2006 Yamaha wolverine 450 4wd

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    wow those prices are pretty good.

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    Default Goodyear Fortera with Silent Armor

    I love these tires. Great ride and seem to be able to handle anything. They are a bit pricey though ($175/each a year ago). Might be a little cheaper now and I know some places that stock them occasionally do a 4 for the price of 3 deal. JMO.
    Andrew
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    I put a set of Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza's on mine. Local shop wanted more than $200 each plus installation - I bought them from Tire Rack and then had them installed for $80. Like getting one tire for free.

    They're the best all around tires I've had. Did lots of research. They're quiet, good traction in the wet and the snow, and didn't adversely impact my fuel milage.
    John
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    2001 Subaru Outback 3.0 LL Bean
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    I was going to say "Round ones", but I won't.
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    69 Chevy C-10 Fleetside 350 ci 3spd. mild cam, 270hp,stock.duel 2.5" exhaust. Lowered 2" made own blocks

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