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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-02-2010, 05:54 PM
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Ouch! Dry rot tires on your 2010?
Yeah, according to the tires they say 2209, I bought the truck on July 24th 2009 so they weren't old at all but Bridgestones are shit tires IMO. We have a guy at work who got an CC F150 3 weeks after mine, we are both close to 50k miles and his Michelins look great whereas I'd be lucky to get another 15k out of mine.

On my last truck I had michelens and took 2 sets to over 100k miles. My brother has a CC Sierra and took BFGoodrich A/T's to like 112k or something crazy, which surprised me since he had another set that wore out at like 60k.

Either way for road tires it's hard to beat Michelins IMO.

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I wonder when they started putting the date codes on them... I've got more than a couple tires with none of those markings.

I'm sure they're fine.
Date codes have been there for a long time, some manufactures only stamp it on one side, check the other sidewall
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Good information. I always wondered where this was.

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Great info. Good to know.
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