Re: 98 Explorer Sport 4wd: Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo recommended?
On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 03:01:44 -0000, Gitiup <email@example.com>
>"Jim Warman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrotenews:9rIed.41460$cr4.33365
>> Hmmmm, those Bridgestones on my Ex seem to be doing well. I sure don't know
>> what the original poster meant by "incompatable". Many problems can be
>> solved by simply walking around our cars and looking......
>> If each and every one of us were judged by our last mistake, we wouldn't
>> even be able to trust our own judgement....
>Yes, but Firestone has been caught at least 3 times and has lost hundreds of
>millions in lawsuits due to defective tires.
>They tried to fool everyone by changing the name to Bridgstone, same thing.
>Last recall and lawsuits were for Firestone AND Bridgestone!
Bridgestone owns Firestone. There was no name change. Firestone still
>I don't trust them nor Sears; they've both been caught many times over the
>years screwing their customers and sued.
Change "g" to "a"