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    Double coin tires

    Who ever used? Wanna know opinion....



    Now I use steer Sava Avant and drives Continental..... but drives go bad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo-UA View Post
    Now I use steer Sava Avant
    dont play with safety sava is not so good tire for front axle especially for higher speeds (it is acceptable for tippers and so on, since it is risky to put good tire on front because you can damage it same as cheap one)

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    Hey Pablo-UA-How are you?You run off brand tires on the front and a premium tire on the drives and the premium tire is the problem.I don't doubt you.I think you have some other problem than the tire.Without looking at it i have a few guesses from ten plus years experience solving tire and balancing problems.I think you need to find someone with the experience to find out why the drives go bad.Take care.Brian

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    Double Coins suck. I was going to put some on my trailer but the first one mounted was out of round. So back in the new tires sale rack it went. And on went a name brand tire with a little more upfront cost that was, amazingly enough, round when it was mounted. Imagine that. Chinese can't make anything right.

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    Buy "Made In The USA" or other quality products from countries other than China and some other Asian countries!!

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    yous get what youse pay for

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    really the problem is that Continental I have are for winter conditions and when it is hot I got too fast wer so I wanna use Continental for winter only.

    The other quation, there are factory retread michlen available on market (for half price).

    I wanna use brand tires on friont and something cheapper on drives...

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    Michelin retreads are supposed to be very good. Get good reviews from TTR members. I've never run them but would definitely buy Michelin or Goodyear retreads before Double Coin (or any Chinese brand virgin) anytime... If you can get a quality retread like that for half the price of a dubious quality Chinese virgin new tire - that's a no brainer imo. Michelin and Goodyear have very strict standards on what casings they accept to be re-treaded. They check casings out really good and reject poor ones. This is assuming Michilen or Goodyear put the caps on any retreads you're looking at purchasing.

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    thanx for responce about cheap tires. I gonna look for Michelin

    I'd use 295/89r22.5 ore 315/70R22.5

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    Double Coin Tire Service here to address your comments about our products.

    Like many brands of tires, including some Goodyear and Bridgestone/Firestone, Hankook and others, our tires are also manufactured in state of the art facilities in China. We've sold this brand in North America since 1992. We are an American brand and headquartered in Monrovia, California.

    We back up our products second to none and offer an industry accepted warranty. Look at the 50% free replacement clauses in the warranty. Double Coin Tires are available at over 1,200+ points of sale in North America including Love's Truck Stops and Country Stores.

    We are here to address further questions or any issues you may have with our products.

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