Truck tires

Tidus56

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I have run a few different tires, cooper sst maxx, falken wildpeak, Nitto Ridge grapplers, Hercules something or another. I have preferred the Nitto tires. I am surprised to say that, I got talked into them by a buddy and they have been the best for me.
 

Hoss50

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BFG AT KO2. They are winter rated and do well in everything except heavy mud.

They kick the crap out of the Toyo AT in the snow and ice. I compared them on the same truck back to back winters in CO. It wasn't even close.
 

Troutslayer2

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I run Cooper AT3 XLT 10 ply on both my Toyota Tacoma and Dodge Ram. I get better wear on the Taco but both have held up well- Taco is on it’s 2nd set of them. I really like them for mixed driving with a lot of dirt roads and winter driving. They are quiet on the highway compared to other stuff I had in the past. I will not change tires unless they stop making them.
 

FEENIX

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I have Goodyear Duratrac on my Tundra and have been very pleased (33K miles) with it. It also gives you an option for studs.
 

flyguy1

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Another vote for KO2s. We have had them on 2 Tundras. Pretty quiet on the highway for a snow/offroad tire. But yeah, if it hits the fan, you need chains. And, if you haven't used chains before, don't put them on for the first time in foot-deep snow when its 10 degrees ;)
 

1894C

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Honestly I would go with anything but Goodyear based off politicial stance. Apparently BLM matters to them but blue lives matter is unacceptable.



I have had a couple experiences with bad snow and I am overly cautious. I put the chains on before I “have too” but between that and my f150s wench I’m not getting stuck on the side of a mountain in a 12” snow
 

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