I probley dont know the answer but what is the problem why did they go flat? rim leaks, nails, blowouts, ect? I have always ran goodyears and so does my father. Never had any blowouts just problems getting nails every once in a while but every tire will take a nail every now and then. We use to have a full size conversion van with michelions on it and had the van for two years, put 30,000 miles on it and in that time we had 3 blowouts and a regular flat. Never knew why they blew out but never bought any tires my our vehicles except goodyears unless it came on the vehicle from the dealer.
99 yamaha vmax sx600
97 ski-doo formula 500
86 honda four-trax 250
96 dodge ram 5.9
89 dodge grand caravan se (good gas mileage)
70 dodge dart swinger
Where I sled: Pounding my way up and down powerlines all around North Bay.
Go for a set of BFG A/T's.
I resisted getting a set of those because everybody had them and I wanted something different, but the price is good and they are a fantastic tire. Great in the snow, great in the mud, very good on the Highway.
I had them on my Isuzu and put on about 30K, mostly on bush roads. Never had a flat. When my Isuzu crapped out I put them on my F-150 and have about another 20K on that truck, though they've been mostly highway miles.
The tires are still in great shape, and will probably outlast the F-150 too
The next set of tires I buy will be the same, only maybe I'll go for 33's instead of 31's.
2007 Dragon 700, stretched to 136"
1998 XC 700 with a 121" recycled Ripsaw.
I have the same tires on my F-150 and two of them have fix a flat in them. The tires have some miles on them, but they still pass the state inspection. I would get the BFG All terrains but they are $185 a peice for 17" wheels.