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Old October 2nd, 2007, 01:08 PM   #21
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At least all the newer Dodge 1-tons are 17".
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At least all the newer Dodge 1-tons are 17".
pretty sure Ford and Chevy are also....many fords are 18" now, but beleive that is an upgrade from the 17"
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Old October 9th, 2007, 06:29 AM   #24
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Thanks Duffman. :) Lot of good suggestions there, but not many come in load range E. At least there was an opinion on the commercial traction ta.
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just stay away from continentals, came on our 06 350 and they slip on dry pavement. Saddest part is that it has the FX4 package, I wouldnt even think of goin offroad with those.

I looked at the alternatives and if you have 18in rims finding load E is not common
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I went with the traction t/a's. The $100 off deal discount tire had a few months ago made my mind up for me. HAve not had them in bad weather yet, but I think the combo of deep tread, siping and nearly 2000 lb in the bed of the truck should work well.
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