Powertrack Tyres Yes/No?

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Hi Guys,

I have recently seen an ad for Powertrack M?T tyres at R1540 for 30x10.5R15. They also have A/T tyres at R1450 for same size. I am looking for new tyres and is still shopping around.
Does anyone have any experience with these tyres? I know they are imported, but would like to get some feedback on them. I'm looking at A?Ts seeing that I do mostly highway driving (80%-90%).

Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Don't know them, but tyres are a critical safety issue ...... the price is very attractive but I wonder how they will perform in the wet and over time.
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I fully agree with Mud Dog but I also remember myself thinking that about the Kumho Tyres when they first appeared here in SA. Now the Kumhos are often more expensive than older long established brands. I guess someone is going to have to take a chance at some point. Yes they are made in China but so is Pirelli and iPhones.
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Also have a look at General Grabbers .... well priced and good reviews.
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Thanks Guys. Will do some more research.
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Go for the General Grabbers, you won't be sorry.

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I have them on and so far I have no problems. Put them on last year December. Drive dirt road every day. Been 4x4ing a few times as well.

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Thanks Vlak vark. Will consider them.
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