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Got them on the wifes Explorer. They have 72K on them and will probably last another 5-10K. Good smooth ride with no tire noise at all. They didn't do very well in the snow last winter, but for a 2WD Explorer I can't complain to much. I will probably get these when my GY's wear out.
 

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I looked at them but went with Toyo Open Country H/T for only $50 more. I mainly chose the Toyo's because they have a stiffer side wall than the Michelin's.
 

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Their a good tire, but I wanted white letter and they only come black wall in the 18" size, I getting the Bridgestone Dueler Alenza's put on tommorrow, thier actually rated higher and cost about 130 bucks less.
 

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I looked at these and the Revos. I went with the Revos because I got a buy 3 get one free deal which put the Revos around $150 each. The X-terrains were somewhere around $180 each at the time. They seemed like a good tire though based on my research. I would imagine on road ride is much quieter than the Revos are.
 

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I've got them on my '08. Much better than the stockers in the rain and quiet also. You can't go wrong with any Michelin tire IMHO. I hope Michelin makes the 18" in the LTX version soon.
 

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I really like Michelins, and have had many in the past. When I talked to a buddy of mine that owns a tire dealership here, he agreed, up until I told him I was also looking at the Revos...in that instance, he thinks the Revos are a better tire for the vehicle, and they cost less. Maybe for an SUV driven by a soccer mom I'd still go with the cross terrains, but for the truck, the Revo is the better choice for me.
 

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I have 10k on my Cross terrains and so far I like them plenty. They ride a little stiffer than the stock badyears but that do great in the rain and pretty good off road. I gave them a good flogging in Georgia a few weeks ago in some nasty clay that had been getting soaked for two days. They did very well and with a little romp of the peddle they would keep the clay from building up.
 
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