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Old 04-26-2007, 05:36 PM
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I have the opportunity to buy a set of Jetzon tires from a friend of mine. That freind of mine is getting some new wheels and is looking to get rid of his tires. The tires are P235 75R15 and will fit, but I don't know whether I want theJetzons,I hadnever heard of them. Anyone ever owned a set?How will they ride?
 
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Why don't you test them out to see if you like them or not....
 
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Id have to mount them onto my rims. They are coming off of a Nissan, and the Nissan already has the new rims and tires on it, and I don't want to put the man through the trouble of putting his old rims and tires back on to let me see if I like them or not.
 
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Warning ya now the tires are probablynot that great from my experience. This same company makes tires under several brands, one of which being Eldorado tire. Ive had a set of 235/75/15's from them and i know a few other people who have had the same brand and they wear way too fast. I had them for a year and they were done (only 15,000 miles on them). I cant say if this is any reflection on their Jetzon line but it did leave a bad taste in my mouth.
 
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There are three federaly mandated ratings on all DOT approved tires. Only DOT approved tires can be used on paverment.
Treadwear
Traction
Temperature

Check this link for more information.
http://www.safercar.gov/tires/pages/tireratings.cfm
In most cases you get what you pay. Cheaper tires usually have a lower rating in at least one of those categories. More expensive tires have higher ratings. You can shop for tires based on your needs. There are trade offs in each catagory. Picking a tire that suites your needs. We can all recommend our favorites, but that is what works best for us.
Couple of other things to consider is load rating, and Light truck tires verse passenger tires.
 

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