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Old 07-28-2015, 07:14 AM   #1
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Gladiator brand tires

Anyone have experience. Have 2 different friends with Gladiator brand 245-70-195 H rated. Both say they are pleased with performance and the price.
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I've never heard of them, but a quick Google search turned up this:
Illegal Gladiator LT and ST tires fail customs - News - Modern Tire Dealer


As I've said many times before, not all Chinese tires are bad, but they're not all good either! Choose wisely.
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Kaufman Tires sells them and Wing Foot(Goodyear) store manager here in metro ATL knows of them and both say customers are happy. You are correct about a lot of Chines stuff. Buyer be warned I guess.
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Kaufman Tires sells them and Wing Foot(Goodyear) store manager here in metro ATL knows of them and both say customers are happy. You are correct about a lot of Chinese stuff. Buyer be warned I guess.
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Hugh,
I put 4 16inch gladiator tires on rear of my 1 ton chevy truck last nov. they are xtremely noisy, can't wait for them to wear out, so I can get rid of them. I saved 150.00 bucks, never again for me. Shame on me I should have known better.....
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