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Goodride Tyre Muddies & All Terrain

Does anyone know anything about Goodride Tyres? They are advertised on E Bay at $135 for Muddies & A/Terrain pattern. Has anyone used them? If so are they noisy, who makes them & what sort of mileage can you expect from them

Unread postby orejap » August 18th, 2007, 10:14 pm


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sound like cheap chinglish rip offs of BF Goodridge

i havent heard of em but i will take a look

Unread postby olihaub » August 19th, 2007, 5:11 pm


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sorry mate but i cant find any

nothing under goodride but plenty under goodrich

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had a quick google, could only find reviews on the goodride h600, this is a passenger car tyre, so whats said could be vastly different for the 4b tyres, but there isnt much praise for them. i think it may be "you get what you pay for".
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Me neither..........?
I got a Nissan - my Toyota is in the shed - couldn\'t afford spares!

Unread postby Fenring » August 19th, 2007, 7:19 pm


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79 Rangie,4.4l,2 1/2in Body,2in Spring,33 BFG Muds,Winch,Snorkel. :D

Unread postby mark4130 » August 19th, 2007, 7:37 pm


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They are a real old style mud tyre.Based more on the old 750/16 super grippers.Note the lug outer edges arn`t alternitly cut away to improve traction.They are a real throw back,thats for sure.The allterains on the aother hand don`t look a bad patern at all for the price.Would be good to have some idea as to how the would perform and last.Mind you at the $135 a tyre even if they did not last as long as a cooper or bfg,not a major problem.
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Unread postby D Hall » August 19th, 2007, 7:55 pm


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suppose you could get out the stanley knife and kut out the odd side bitter everythird one or something :crazy:

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They are Chinese made. "Elegant" tread patterns, LOL.


"Goodride tyre is a quality product of Hangzhou Zhongce Rubber Co., Ltd., China which has more than 44 years of expertise in the field of tyre manufacturing. With special licence for Europe (ECE) and USA (DOT), the brand has created a remarkable impact on the world's tyre market. With good tread patterns, these tyres are designed to meet riders' expectations of high quality. Good grip and double-sided wall protection is the highlight of the Goodride brand. The tyre as such is an all round fitter for passenger vehicles, trucks, 4x4 and off-road vehicles. The high performance and elegant tread patterns make the brand a driver's best choice."

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Fenring wrote:They are Chinese made. "Elegant" tread patterns, LOL.


"Goodride tyre is a quality product of Hangzhou Zhongce Rubber Co., Ltd., China which has more than 44 years of expertise in the field of tyre manufacturing. With special licence for Europe (ECE) and USA (DOT), the brand has created a remarkable impact on the world's tyre market. With good tread patterns, these tyres are designed to meet riders' expectations of high quality. Good grip and double-sided wall protection is the highlight of the Goodride brand. The tyre as such is an all round fitter for passenger vehicles, trucks, 4x4 and off-road vehicles. The high performance and elegant tread patterns make the brand a driver's best choice."

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it appears my geuss that it was a chinglish rip off was more or less right lol

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