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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Djerms View Post
    GT,
    Hahanapin ko ang number ni Jaymars bro. Last year I got it for 5.5k a pc yata. 265/70/r16 yun.
    thanks djerms. by the way wala ba problema sa ride ko pag 16 instead of 15? my ride is trekker with 265/70/r15 bs dueler ht stock tires.

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    #22
    GT,
    Hindi mo pwedeng lagyan ng 16 ang r15 mo. Dapat magkapareho. Try mo PM si Afrasay, malamang may number siya ni Jaymar. Hindi ko na po makita yung sakin. hehe.

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    #23
    just what i'm thinking...thanks much djerms.

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    #24
    Any idea how much would a Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo cost? I was quoted Php 3,700, which I believe is a bit too low. Even the Dueler H/T is more expensive at 5,300 to 6,200.

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    #25
    Reviving this thread as several SUVs use this as their OEM tires. Has anyone tried other tire brands that perform better but cost about the same?

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    #26
    You can try Cooper Discoverer AT3, BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A , Michelin Latitude Cross, Michelin Primacy SUV, Michelin LTX AT

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by justinlorenz99 View Post
    You can try Cooper Discoverer AT3, BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A , Michelin Latitude Cross, Michelin Primacy SUV, Michelin LTX AT

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    Alright thank you sir!


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    #28
    The Latitudes are great... quiet, long lasting, good grip. Not sure about the price, though.

    In the same price range as the HT, I kind of like the Dunlop Grandtreks. Also have better grip than the Dueler HT, but I don't know if they last as long.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    The Latitudes are great... quiet, long lasting, good grip. Not sure about the price, though.

    In the same price range as the HT, I kind of like the Dunlop Grandtreks. Also have better grip than the Dueler HT, but I don't know if they last as long.
    Thanks Niky!

    I searched online and found a site with a list of tires with ranking


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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by babybackrivs View Post
    Thanks Niky!

    I searched online and found a site with a list of tires with ranking


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    Forgot, I also like the Kumho Road Venture. Not the quietest tires around, but the performance is much better than the HT tires, as well.

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Pls suggest replacements for OEM Bridgestone Dueller H/T 840