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    Default BF Goodrich Tyres

    Anyone know where I can buy new All Terrain BF Goodrich tyres? Preferably North Coast or Santiago.

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    Adrian

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    You can try DeLeon Gomas in Santiago
    De Leon gomas , Bienvenidos

    You can also read this thread with some good recommendation from fellow users. Here is difficult to determine who carries a determine brand of tires.

    New Tires... PriceSmart vs... - DR1 Dominican Republic Forums

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    Or go to MAU just down the street from De Leon...They sell good tires too.

    I do not think the brand matters much any more...I use Korean tires (Hankook) if I can get them...
    they last on these roads...and I used to be exclusively Michelin...go figure..


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    In Santiago Neumatics are also good. They are located at the end of the Estrella Sadhala, at the other side of the UTESA University.
    They can get you pretty much any tires.
    I send them all my customers for wheel alignment because they have good equipment and know how to use it. They will also print you the before/after specs.
    Also, I'd suggest to take a look at the Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo tires. I think they are one of the best on SUVs and trucks.
    Tirerack dot com has a good ratings to compare different tires.
    Before you get them to change take it to a good mechanic to check the whole suspension, steering and wheel bearings. Tire wear is a good indication of suspension problems - which could create premature or uneven wear on the new tires.

    The Hun

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    Will TireRack ship to the DR? If so, what sort of charges apply on the way in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly View Post
    I do not think the brand matters much any more...I use Korean tires (Hankook) if I can get them...
    they last on these roads...and I used to be exclusively Michelin...go figure..


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    Hankook are probably the best value in tires out there right now.

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    Ah great minds DO think alike!!! Happy face!

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    Thanks to everyone for their advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHun View Post
    Before you get them to change take it to a good mechanic to check the whole suspension, steering and wheel bearings. Tire wear is a good indication of suspension problems - which could create premature or uneven wear on the new tires.

    The Hun
    Hopefully everything is OK as my L200 is only a couple of years old and has been serviced regularly at the Mitsubishi dealer in Santiago.

    Adrian

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHun View Post
    In Santiago Neumatics are also good. They are located at the end of the Estrella Sadhala, at the other side of the UTESA University.

    The Hun
    Do you have a phone number for them as I cannot find one?

    Thank you.

    Adrian

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