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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 2007-2014 Discussion, Suggestions for tires other than Michelin in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Hello everyone! As the title says I have Escalade 2010 tire size is 285/45/22R. I have went through so many ...
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    Suggestions for tires other than Michelin

    Hello everyone!

    As the title says I have Escalade 2010 tire size is 285/45/22R.

    I have went through so many topics that suggests and recommend Michelin tires but unfortunately in my place I don't have anyone selling Michelin tires for 22" rims.

    So please give me other suggestions, I do have Bridgestone atm and are the worst tires I ever had. Rough ride and never felt like I am driving a luxury truck cuz of those tires.

    I am looking for tires that maintains soooooft ride with almost no road noise, tires that makes my life smooth :P
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    Re: Suggestions for tires other than Michelin

    We jut put on Toyo open country’s and they are really nice so far.

    https://www.toyotires.com/tire/patte...l-season-tires

    We have the older version on our 2007 Q7 and have gotten a lot of mileage out of them so far.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pchrist View Post
    We jut put on Toyo open country’s and they are really nice so far.

    https://www.toyotires.com/tire/patte...l-season-tires

    We have the older version on our 2007 Q7 and have gotten a lot of mileage out of them so far.

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    Thank you for your suggestion!

    I have checked the website and specifications and found Open Country Q/T has better ratings for soft riding and lower noise compared to H/T what do you think about that? It might have lower mileage but not sure if there are any other differences
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    Re: Suggestions for tires other than Michelin

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenabbas View Post
    Hello everyone!

    As the title says I have Escalade 2010 tire size is 285/45/22R.

    I have went through so many topics that suggests and recommend Michelin tires but unfortunately in my place I don't have anyone selling Michelin tires for 22" rims.

    So please give me other suggestions, I do have Bridgestone atm and are the worst tires I ever had. Rough ride and never felt like I am driving a luxury truck cuz of those tires.

    I am looking for tires that maintains soooooft ride with almost no road noise, tires that makes my life smooth :P
    I'm not sure where you are located but Discount Tire Direct, the online division for Discount Tire ships tires free to the lower 48 United States. Here's a link to all of the 285/45R-22 sizes available:

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    Re: Suggestions for tires other than Michelin

    So far the new tires are great! The older ones are holding up great. Both sets feel great on the road they feel connected. They really look nice on the rim too really fill it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenabbas View Post
    Thank you for your suggestion!

    I have checked the website and specifications and found Open Country Q/T has better ratings for soft riding and lower noise compared to H/T what do you think about that? It might have lower mileage but not sure if there are any other differences



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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenabbas View Post
    Hello everyone!

    As the title says I have Escalade 2010 tire size is 285/45/22R.

    I have went through so many topics that suggests and recommend Michelin tires but unfortunately in my place I don't have anyone selling Michelin tires for 22" rims.

    So please give me other suggestions, I do have Bridgestone atm and are the worst tires I ever had. Rough ride and never felt like I am driving a luxury truck cuz of those tires.

    I am looking for tires that maintains soooooft ride with almost no road noise, tires that makes my life smooth :P
    I'm not sure where you are located but Discount Tire Direct, the online division for Discount Tire ships tires free to the lower 48 United States. Here's a link to all of the 285/45R-22 sizes available:

    285/45R-22 Tires | Discount tire Direct

    Please send us a PM if we can help you choose the right tire to fit your needs.
    I am not living in the United States. Thanks for your offering
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    Quote Originally Posted by pchrist View Post
    So far the new tires are great! The older ones are holding up great. Both sets feel great on the road they feel connected. They really look nice on the rim too really fill it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenabbas View Post
    Thank you for your suggestion!

    I have checked the website and specifications and found Open Country Q/T has better ratings for soft riding and lower noise compared to H/T what do you think about that? It might have lower mileage but not sure if there are any other differences



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    Great!

    Then will look for it in the local market and see if available, if i found Q/T will go with it if not will go with the H/T.

    Thanks
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