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Old January 28th, 2010, 08:51 AM   #1
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I've got an '02 F350 crew cab diesel (4 full doors, i think that's a crew cab). I've got 2 extra leafs in front and 1 in rear (for holding up a curtis industrial plow) and it sits pretty high. I currently have Nitto 315's on it (i believe that's approx. 35") that i got used on "work truck" steel super duty rims that i painted black. They're pretty well worn and I'm tired of switching out winter and summer tires so looking for a full time tire. I only plow my own drive/road now, so not TOO concerned about plowing but i keep the plow on all winter and want them to wear decent. This is a dd and tow vehicle for my jeep but I'm a big hunter and it is often in mud and trails. Either looking to repaint the current wheels (not real crazy about the stock chrome look sitting in garage) or get a set of black wheels, too. I really like an aggressive look but honestly can give up a little off-road performance to gain some on-road manners and wear. I have the jeep for beating on Any ideas/suggestions? Thanks in advance. (oh, btw I'm looking for either 305's or 315's)
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Old January 28th, 2010, 09:01 AM   #2
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315/75R-16, Pro Comp Radial All Terrain. i had realy good luck with these in a smaller size. plus the 50,000 mile warrenty is nice.
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I'm running 315 Nitto Terra Graplers. I like them and they are wearing great.

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Old January 28th, 2010, 09:46 AM   #4
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X2 on Tera Grapplers!!! Awesome in the dunes, 85 on the highway, towing 15000 lb trailer with 2 rigs, and over 50% tread left at almost 40,000 miles! I had my stock aluminum wheels powder-coated and re-installed the chrome center caps. It looks sweet and the finish is almost bullet-proof. Wipes clean every time.
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Old January 29th, 2010, 08:06 PM   #5
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I run Toyo open country at's on my 06' crew cab and I love them! I do also plow and they handle realy good. I'm working on my 3rd set on my truck and will run nothing else
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Chiefwoohaw, that truck looks familiar, are you on powerstroke.org?

anyways, i'm a big fan of the nitto terra grapplers if you're looking for an all terrain, i'd shy away from pro-comp tires, on these heavy truck's i've read of some people with the pro-comps seperating and literally falling apart.

I have BFG all terrains and i'm not impressed at all with them. I'll probably go with a set of terra grapplers next if i stay all terrain, or i'm lookin at the kuhmo KL71 mud terrain if i go that route next time around.
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Thanks all, I think terra grapplers are my verdict! Chiefwoohah that is EXACTLY my truck. Color, and look with blacked out rims.
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I'm running 315 Nitto Terra Graplers. I like them and they are wearing great.

Is there any lift on your truck? Leveling kit? or heavy service front end?
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