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Old October 15th, 2008, 01:09 PM   #1
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Anybody run these? I've done alot of online research and they seem to be a pretty good tire.Just lookin for some more input.

These are by far the best tire ive ever ran on this tahoe,These tires are badass in the snow.The wife hardly uses 4wd anymore.These work better in 2wd then my bfg a/t did in 4wd.

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whats the intended use?
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Old October 16th, 2008, 07:02 AM   #3
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whats the intended use?
Pulling my travel trailer, back and fourth to work for the wife,some sand dune action and maybe some mild two track use. p.s they will be a 285/75/16 D
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I have the 315/75r16 on 2001 7.3 superduty their a good tire they wear
really good I have about 30,000 on mine with alot of life on them yet.
Just dont really care for the nonaggressive look they have.
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might want to consider the hankook dynamic mt.

they are a sweet tire for your application and very cost effective.

pm or call me if you want a price.
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I have the 315/75r16 on 2001 7.3 superduty their a good tire they wear
really good I have about 30,000 on mine with alot of life on them yet.
Just dont really care for the nonaggressive look they have.
Good for towing/sand?
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might want to consider the hankook dynamic mt.

they are a sweet tire for your application and very cost effective.

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Not enough siping for my taste this will winter driving as well.Im getting tired of shelling out almost 200.00 a piece for bfg's.
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I run them on my '72 bronco. Sand, two tracking, rocks on Drummond ... they do very well. Mud, depending on how deep and such, they're ok. They aren't aggressive enough for deep mud, but handle most trails rides with little effort.



Never towed with them, but I'm happy with these tires for the price.
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I tow a 34ft 5th wheel horse trailer with no problems and that thing is heavy.
I had my truck at silver lake and the tires did very well in the sand.
Snow they grip great forward and reverse but want to slide alittle when you turn I think think its because of the wear on them I dont remember that problem when they were brand new.Pavement they have great street maners and their not a loud tire.
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Thanks for all the replies.Just picked up my set today all I can say is holy fuckin tread depth!
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