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Old 01-03-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Westlake CR976A 245 70 r 19.5

Anyone heard of these tires? I am running around 18,000 lbs on my 32' Fleetwood Storm, fully loaded 12,000 rear and 6,000 front. These are recommended from a good source and are incredibly cheap. I cannot afford the 450.00 Michelin or Good Years and only put about 2000 miles a year on my coach. I just found out the four rear tires are 2002 Goodyear GV670 and they are the ORIGINAL TIRES ON THE COACH with 46,000 miles on it now!

Westlake CR976A


The CR976 has been designed for highway buses and vans. Ribbed tread pattern design, excellent for highway applications. Continuous shoulder design can prevent irregular wear. Special design on the bottom of the grooves provides excellent resistance to cut, abrasion and stone retention. The small radial sipes on the tire shoulder provide excellent heat dissipation.

321170102 245/70R19.5 $215.74
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