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  michelin mtx vs bridgestone dueler h/l alenza - Posted: 12-23-2006, 09:03 PM
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I def. need to upgrade my tires from the wrangler hp's that came on my truck with teh 20 inch rims. I'm looking for a good all season tire thats good in almost any condition and not bad on the highway either. I've narrowed it down to the michelin mt/x and the bridgestone dueler h/l alenza and I'm leaning towards the bridgestone cuz its got better reviews from tire rack and a higher speed rating, and a lower price too. Is this a good decision?
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 Posted: 12-24-2006, 11:13 PM
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I don't have experience with the bridgestones, but I love my LTX MS. Great traction in the snow and rain and all around great dry driving.

Though they are expensive, def worth the cost. I will be buying again.

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 Posted: 12-25-2006, 11:30 PM
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I have the H/L's on my truck. I have had them on for about 4,000 miles. I think they are noisy and ride a lil rough. Wet traction is alright I havnt had them in the snow yet so I dont know about that. I just wanted something cheap I could put on there til I figured if I wanted to lift or lower her.
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 Posted: 12-26-2006, 06:33 AM
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I have the LTX Michelin's on mine and agree a great all around tire. A bit pricey but so far well worth it. Handling was much improved over the stock tires and the ride is quiet and smooth.
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 Posted: 12-26-2006, 11:21 AM
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First of all, don't believe any review that you don't get first-hand, like what's on the Tire Rack site. Second of all, I have had lots of Michelins, they're worth every penny, and for my money there is no other tire to even consider.
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