[DML] Re: Bad bearing or...? (Goodyear/Kelly Springfield)
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[DML] Re: Bad bearing or...? (Goodyear/Kelly Springfield)

Goodyear owns Kelly Springfield. They are basically the same tires
(made in Fayetteville NC, with cores from Laurel Hill NC).

Tire roar DECREASES as tread depth wears.

DeLo's are rather noisy on the highway. You're basically hurtling at
80 mph in a big Rubbermaid container inches from the pavement. Pull
back the THIN carpets and you'll see what you're up against. Moreover,
driving position puts you somewhat reclined against the back wheels
(with a transmission under your other shoulder). Allows all sorts of
outside noises migrate into the passenger compartment. 

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dani B" <5n-@xxxx> wrote:
> As far as tires, I felt the same way-that the noise could just simply
> be tire to road contact. The fronts have about 9K, and the rear has a
> few thousand less- I can't say how much for sure because I forgot the
> mileage when I put them on. 

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