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Old 01-02-2013, 11:16 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Ourfarm09 View Post
Michelin's are rated so high because they are probably one of the best tires on the market.
Absolutely. 49k in two years on mine and plenty of tread left

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Old 01-02-2013, 12:57 PM   #42
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Re: Why are the Michelin ltx rated so high?

Some Michelins aren't so great. I am not a fan of the CrossTerrains either... have a set of them on our Pilot and think I'll be going to the M/S2 when I've squeezed all the goodie out of this set. I have 40k-ish on them now and they won't go much further... down to 3/32 in places.

I've had no issues with cracking on my RL's OEM/replacement M/S tires. When I take it through the drive through, I insist on NO tire shine. But mainly because I don't like it slinging off and making a mess, which it tends to do. I hadn't drawn a connection to the cracking issue until this thread, so I'm glad I leave that off.
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