Is Milestar Patagonia good?
5.0 out of 5 stars good tires, update: great tires! low noise, balanced good, track well in snow, not too bad on ice. Update: 12/29/2019 After a year, there’s about 30% tread left. Last winter they did perform very well in deep snow.
How many miles do Milestar tires get?
Milestar tires come with a 50,000-mile tread-wear warranty on average. Though lesser than the 75,000-mile warranties provided by other manufacturers; keeping in mind the price, they are a great option.
Who makes Hankook?
Hankook Tire was established by Jae Hun Chung’s grandfather in 1941 as the Chosun Tire Company and was renamed to Hankook Tire Manufacturing in 1968. The word “Hankook” literally means Korea, thus Korea Tire Company. The company now supplies tires as original equipment to various automakers.
Where are Cooper tires manufactured?
All Cooper truck tires are now made by Hangzhou (China) Rubber Co. Ltd. Cooper is on track to source 250,000 to 300,000 truck tires from Hangzhou this year. The transfer from the U.S. to China freed up capacity at the Albany plant for light truck tire production, says Cooper Chairman, CEO and President Tom Dattilo.
What tires are made in USA?
There are only two major American-owned tire manufacturers: Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. and Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Each of them has multiple manufacturing plants in the U.S. So any tire with the name Goodyear or Cooper on it can be sold as American-made.
Do Milestar Patagonia run true to size?
Registered. They seem to run bigger than other tires of equal size. We just put 295/70-17 on my cousin’s rig and they are every bit as tall as my 285/75-17 KO2s.
How long do Milestar Patagonia tires last?
This tire is warranted for tread wear for the first 50k miles during a limit of five years from the installation date.
Are Milestar tires noisy?
The ride is comfortable and treadlife has proven to be quite good on this tire. Road noise has been an issue with a few drivers based on reviews. The only other area of concern we have with this tire is the traction in deeper snow and on ice.