Truck tires?

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  1. fallsflight

    fallsflight Elite Refuge Member

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    Almost time for some new truck tires. I have been running the Good Year Wrangler DuraTrac on my Silverado. Thinking about going with something else, but not sure what. Want another A/T tire that is good in snow/muddy fields. Any suggestions?

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    ducknwork Elite Refuge Member

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    I really like Bridgestone dueler at revo 2's. Good tire, decent price, aggressive tread pattern, quiet ride.
     
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    pud123 Elite Refuge Member

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    General grabber AT2. I've got 30000 on mine and you can hardly see any wear. I'm guessing I'll get over 60000 out of them.
     
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    10GAGENUT Elite Refuge Member Flyway Manager

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    I've got the Bridgestone Duelers on my truck, very good tire. On highway they are excellent, however for sloppy mud or snow I wouldn't recommend them.

    I had a set of Mastercraft's on my last truck and they wore like iron, got us through any kind of slop we tried and they were very reasonably priced.
    BTW Cooper makes Mastercraft.
     
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    Dorkweed Elite Refuge Member

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    Cooper Discoverer AT3's here. I have 50,000 miles on mine and should easily get 75-80,000 out of these if not more.
     
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    sstrykker Banned

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    Check out the Kelly Safari ATR...put them on my fleet F250 this fall and was really impressed in a tough winter.
     
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    BF Goodrich All Terrain or Mud Terrain.
     
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    OutaShells Elite Refuge Member

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    Same here.
     
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    JohnBZ Elite Refuge Member

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    I have Cooper discoverer at on my work van. They wear okay but traction on wet surfaces and snow isn't very good. The Michelins they replaced performed much better. Next set will be what we like to put on the truck BF Goodrich TA KO
     
  10. h2ofwlr

    h2ofwlr Elite Refuge Member

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    Cooper STC. they are a farily agressive tire, between a muddder and a traditional AT tire. But I get off road and deal with enough snow that they are worth it. If you drive a lot of highway miles, a traditional AT tire may be better.


    Do yourself a favor and search the main forum--there are at least 6 topics on this exact topic in the last year--you can learn a far amount by reading them.
     

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