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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-18-2000, 03:15 AM Thread Starter
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Curious about Goodyear TD\'s?

Hey guys. This is just a post to find out some stuff I've always wondered about. They only came in 265/75R16, and I only saw them on GM IFS 4x4 trucks from the factory. They were on my 92 Blazer when my dad bought it new, and the second set of tires were those too. I loved them. They rode great on the road, in Michigan rain, snow, slush, sleet, and ice, on Michigan's ****ty roads and highways, and offroad they were great. Had this luggy tread, and a nice tread whale on the road. We drove them in mud, and they did really well. Just wondering if anyone else had these and what they thought of them. You can still get them from www.tirerack.com last I knew, you can find them on Goodyear's website if you look, and they are cheap, like 100 a tire. If I ever am in the market for 265's again, that's what I'm using. Anyone else? Just asking some questions, thanks guys.

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I agree. Never had them but thought they were the best looking and riding tire Goodyear had. Problem was the lack of larger sizes. I'd love to see them in a 37x12.5x16. Perfect tire in the perfect size.

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<font color=purple>They were stock on my Z71, but weren't aggressive enough for my taste, and only lasted about 40,000 miles (to be fair, when the truck reached 40k is when my dad bought the truck, so the tires were nearly shot & I have no idea how the original driver drove - I got the truck at 88k), which I thought was kind of lame for an all-terrain style. Buddy of mine however just bought a set new for his '97 3/4 ton & put them on some 16X8 Atlas rims. Looks pretty nice.</font color=purple>

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