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05-17-2010 10:33 PM
drivebytruckerz Here are some pics..

Nothing fancy, but so far some pretty darn good all purpose tires with a good look and an even better price..
05-13-2010 01:23 PM
drivebytruckerz Hopefully they are as good as Coopers... So far they ride great. Softer than my Firestone's, with a pretty aggressive tread for an all purpose tire.. I'll take some pictures soon.
05-13-2010 06:05 AM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by drivebytruckerz View Post
So I just bought a set of Starfire Equalizer A/P's (31X10.50X15) at Kauffman Tire in Kennesaw. I was going to go with another Mudder, but it just wasn't practical since I'm still in school for another year and commute an hour one way to class twice a week on top of my local work commute..

(replaced a set of Firestone Destination M/T's that lasted 3 years and still have some tread- Love these tires, but they're expensive and I got that set at a bargain)

I had never heard of Starfire, and this particular model isn't even on their website. Couldn't find any reviews online either to amount to anything, so I figured I'd be the canary here and keep you up to date on how they're treating me. I got a great deal I couldn't pass up, so I took the leap.. we'll see.
I found some information by googling Starfire. They are a private label made by Cooper.
05-12-2010 11:21 PM
drivebytruckerz
Starfire Equalizer A/P

So I just bought a set of Starfire Equalizer A/P's (31X10.50X15) at Kauffman Tire in Kennesaw. I was going to go with another Mudder, but it just wasn't practical since I'm still in school for another year and commute an hour one way to class twice a week on top of my local work commute..

(replaced a set of Firestone Destination M/T's that lasted 3 years and still have some tread- Love these tires, but they're expensive and I got that set at a bargain)

I had never heard of Starfire, and this particular model isn't even on their website. Couldn't find any reviews online either to amount to anything, so I figured I'd be the canary here and keep you up to date on how they're treating me. I got a great deal I couldn't pass up, so I took the leap.. we'll see.

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