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hotrodlincolnchic
    
What kind of tires do I need for a 1977 Lincoln Mark V? I Live in MI & drive it on a regular basis.
 
posted: September 15, 2009
 
    
 
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grumpyoldman
    
Sorry I don't have an answer for you... Just a question..... What are you asking for?

QUOTE:What kind of tires do I need for a 1977 Lincoln Mark V?
I Live in MI & drive it on a regular basis.
posted:  September 16, 2009
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nomadsrule
    
I would go with an all weather radial,Pirelli makes a very superior traction all weather radial ,and it is not noisy.
posted:  September 16, 2009
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spudder
    
Your best bet answer would most likely be to drive the car down to your local Les Schwab tire center (or sears tire center) and ask them their advice. They like in your area and they are tire experts!
posted:  September 16, 2009
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kruizin
    
I myself had a 77 Mercury Marquis, it had radial 235 75 15's, now it had all seasonals, in my mind they don't make a real one, there is no tire that will do all it promises. One the day after forking out alot for 4 tires I backed out of my drive way and got stuck in deep slush..lol..never bought all seasonals again.. it takes a deep channel treaded tire for snow and a narrow tire to boot to cut through snow right, and for rain you need a tight channel and tread and a tire with some width and dry road well just a good tread tire, now the newer crap out there, well they want you to believe in real wide and a friggin wall side that is only a inch wide, this way they can sell you new tires every year and rims when ever we hit a curb even at 10 miles an hour , its no good, remember people the tire takes a certain amount of the road shock along with your shocks and coils or the struts...Just my thoughts Right or wrong...
posted:  September 22, 2009
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