problems? I have always thought they were good looking tires but a
set I had on my 81 Toyota didn't get but about 30,000 and it was a
light truck with 31-10.50's. They were the less aggressive All
I've got 12,000 on mine and zero wear, a co-worker of mine has a 5
year old set on his truck that still have about 50% of the tread. I
fully expect 60,000miles out of them. the key is keeping your front
end up to snuff.
wheel bearing kits and a can of grease that he carried...
We never had to use them on the road, but it was sort of comforting to
know that they were there..
A friend took an RV caravan over the Alaskan Hiway a few years ago and
said that the price included a service truck to change and/or repair
tires.. he said every one needed at least 1 change on the trip..
A few years ago we drove as far up as the start of the Alcan Highway
just to see the Northern Lights....From what I read beforehand, expect a
cracked windshield with lots of slow RV's and trailers on two lane roads
in Summer......It was a long, snowy, cold drive North in March
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