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Unread 03-10-2015, 07:47 AM   #1
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Bridgestone Duelers H/L Alenza Plus

Anyone have opinions on these tires? May be able to score a new set super cheap locally.

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Unread 03-10-2015, 01:43 PM   #2
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Very good tire. Pretty much right up there with Continental CrossContact LX20 Eco Plus and Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season as far as SUV touring tires go. The non-pluses biggest complaint was usually eventual road noise. Plus is allegedly an improvement in that area as well as a couple other areas, too. Most people are too dumb and/or lazy to regularly rotate their tires, so they were probably to blame for some of their own problems with tires anyway.

I don't recommend them for winter, but I recommend VERY few tires for winter that aren't winter tires. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f15/w...tires-2701698/ If you have a real winter and have never used winter tires, you have no idea what you're missing.
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Unread 03-10-2015, 03:12 PM   #3
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Very good tire. Pretty much right up there with Continental CrossContact LX20 Eco Plus and Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season as far as SUV touring tires go. The non-pluses biggest complaint was usually eventual road noise. Plus is allegedly an improvement in that area as well as a couple other areas, too. Most people are too dumb and/or lazy to regularly rotate their tires, so they were probably to blame for some of their own problems with tires anyway.

I don't recommend them for winter, but I recommend VERY few tires for winter that aren't winter tires. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f15/w...tires-2701698/ If you have a real winter and have never used winter tires, you have no idea what you're missing.
Thank you very much for your input. I have a set of prime well Valera h/t on right now, any idea how they will compare? Especially in snow. I live in Wyoming so
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Unread 03-10-2015, 04:37 PM   #4
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Worlds better than your current tires in pretty much every conceivable way. Primewell is a bargain-bin manufacturer that Bridgestone owns with not one tire worthy of praise to my knowledge.

Plenty of people drive on Alenzas in winter without killing themselves, and they're far from the worst winter performer among "all season" tires (F-ing hate that name because it misleads people into believing that they are actually good in ALL seasons). That doesn't mean I still don't think they should have a set of actual winter tires. Lots of people believe it's too hard or expensive to have two sets of tires, and that's just not true at all (more info can be found in the link I provided).


If you MUST have one set of tires handle all four seasons, my list is short:

Nokian WRG3 (stands well above the rest in terms of true all-season performance)
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Unread 03-10-2015, 05:03 PM   #5
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Worlds better than your current tires in pretty much every conceivable way. Primewell is a bargain-bin manufacturer that Bridgestone owns with not one tire worthy of praise to my knowledge.

Plenty of people drive on Alenzas in winter without killing themselves, and they're far from the worst winter performer among "all season" tires (F-ing hate that name because it misleads people into believing that they are actually good in ALL seasons). That doesn't mean I still don't think they should have a set of actual winter tires. Lots of people believe it's too hard or expensive to have two sets of tires, and that's just not true at all (more info can be found in the link I provided).


If you MUST have one set of tires handle all four seasons, my list is short:

Nokian WRG3 (stands well above the rest in terms of true all-season performance)
Haha alright awesome, just the information I was looking for. Cheers
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