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Don't see no 7:50 X 20 to fit my Federal!
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Like I said I probably scare easy. In the heavy haul business I have always run Michelin on the steers. Either Michelin or Bridgestone on the drives. We are always heavy and quite hard on tires. I have Yokohama on the hobby truck. I have no idea what I would run on a regular haul truck. The rates here are so low I don't imagine premium tires would be possible. Kinda why I don't mess with it but that is another story. I think this started out as a Mack Truck deal. lol

I cried because I had no shoes till I met a man who had no class.
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Run them on the old White seem alright for what it does
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Jim, Double coin is a brand of Chinese truck Tyres....
http://www.doublecointires.com/

And one of the Better ones at that.......


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Ron;  Is double coin a brandname or nickname?

grenfell34 (10/22/2014)
wayne n seed as I said its awhile since  I bought new boots and they were a pair off double coins for the steer on the 51 kw
i was sceptical for a long time but a fleet i look after has been using them for years with good results?????
a mate here does  a lot of nsw fire trucks and they replace tyres at  about 40 percent wear
iget them for  core price and run em on the drive n trailers  most are trl -steer,s and on the drive i get better mpg
poking around on the grass at truck shows can be  a problem though lol


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wayne n seed as I said its awhile since  I bought new boots and they were a pair off double coins for the steer on the 51 kw
i was sceptical for a long time but a fleet i look after has been using them for years with good results?????
a mate here does  a lot of nsw fire trucks and they replace tyres at  about 40 percent wear
iget them for  core price and run em on the drive n trailers  most are trl -steer,s and on the drive i get better mpg
poking around on the grass at truck shows can be  a problem though lol
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Ron, A full set of Michelins on that Train would be the best part of $40,000. I'd reckon..

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Ron, Here the Michelins will run 600 plus. yokohamas will run around 450. Anything else of quality will be in the range between. I don't personally buy or like the china specials. Saw a guy the other day with a set of double coins on the steer. That kind of scares me but maybe I scare easy. Wayne  ps At any rate it would be rather costly to put a new set of skins on a train like that.

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hayseed (10/21/2014)
you obviously don't run Michelins, Slim.:D

seed ya being a bit  hard on slim mate!!!  at $350 a pop for trailer tyres n a bit more for drives n steers
$24-25 grand is  pretty close bloke?????? but then again I haven't bought any new boots for some time lol

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you obviously don't run Michelins, Slim.:D

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