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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by LeifGreen, Feb 2, 2009.
what tires do you guys use for your trucks? currently have bfgoodrich all terrain.
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This site and their system helps me to match the proper tire(s) to my expectations. I then buy locally and use "Tirerack's price including delivery" to bargain with. Firestone's for my truck and Yokohama's for my gal's Honda...I'm certain I made great choices.
Firestone's Transforce are the only ones that hold up on mine. Far better than the more exspensive Badyear Wranglers did.
I run Pirelli ATR's on my truck, they're okay so far not as good in the rain as my Goodyear eagles though.
I got the bridgestone dueler's on my f250 psd, and love them. Highly Reccomend
as above- go to tirerack. i have bridgestone deuler at revos- very happy, but they are expensive. very smooth, have lasted 65k w/ a little tread left over. i will probably go w/ something less exoensive next tire purchase....
Ive also got the Bridgestone duelers on mine and love them! 35k miles and barely any ware. Great traction in the snow and ice as well.
again the revos are unbelievable tires if you willing to spend the money. a buddy of mine had them on his Chevy 2500, he convinced me to get them, go on tire rack and check them out, I know they have great deals. Other wise the good year wrangler is the second best that I have purchased. Good Luck
I have 41 inch Super Swampers Iroks on my yota. My work truck has the stock Goodyears from the factory. This year I will be getting the Michelin LTX MS. They ride like a dream. Hardly any road noise, handle exceptionally well. They might be more, but they are worth it.
Michelin has their new LTX AT/2...you know, new and improved ~> cooler tread!!