Originally Posted by G Beasley
If I can I buy American , my thought is that it keeps someone here in a job. I like the new MTRs , but I LOVED the old style makes it hard for me to like the new ones .
The old one's were pretty noisy on the road. The new ones were designed with a supercomputer so that has to mean they are good right?
If you look at the DOT code it will tell you where it is made.
DOT Code Company
BE B.F. Goodrich (Michelin) Tuscaloosa, AL
BF B.F Goodrich (Michelin) Woodburn, IN
AN B.F. Goodrich (Michelin) Opelika, AL
VE/YE/YU/8B Bridgestone/Firestone (Bridgestone) Des Moines, IA
2M/3M Bridgestone/Firestone (Bridgestone) Bloomington, IL
D2/E3/W1/Y7 Bridgestone/Firestone (Bridgestone) Lavergne, TE
2C/4D//5D Bridgestone/Firestone (Bridgestone) Morrison, TE
UP Cooper Finlay, OH
UT Cooper Texarkana, AR
DY Denman, (Penslar Capital) Warren, OH
DA Dunlop (Goodyear) Buffalo N.Y.
(my home town that is always hurting for work!)
JJ/MD/PU Goodyear Gadsden, AL
JN/MJ/PY Goodyear Topeka, KS
JE/MC/PT Goodyear Dansville, VA
JT/MK/TA Goodyear Union City, TN
JP/MP/PL Kelly-Springfield (Goodyear) Tyler, TX
JF/MM/PJ Kelly-Springfield (Goodyear) Fayetteville, NC
CC Yokohama Tire Salem, VA (Good tire) nickname: "Chokeyourmama"