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  • AvatarDrahts
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    Goodyear Duratrac. Just wore out my first set but I’ll hit 80,000 on them before replacement and I’ll be putting the same tire back on. They are pricey but they eat up anything I’ve thrown at them. Fantastic in snow which is my top priority with them.

    WhipWhip
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    For serious real deal off road tires and great traction my son swears by the Goodyear MTRs. I loved the Toyos M55. The stopped making the M85s or maybe it was M75s several years ago. They were tall and narrow and were great tires. I did buy a set of Toyo Open Country on my last pickup and they were doing well until my accident.

    Whip

    Avatarmskursh
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    we are done with hankook. we were on the early bandwagon but slipped the belts on 3 sets of hankooks. on our minivan and my truck. twice on the minivan. they covered the first set under warranty it happened so early on.

    we use either bf goodrich or goodyear anymore.

    AvatarCRIA1576
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    I have a set of the Goodyear MTRs on my hunting/logging pickup. Mine are 10 plys and really dig in deep snow and mud. The sidewalls have also been very strong under some pretty heavy loads of logs and cut wood.

    If you can ignore the nerdy barbwire on the sidewall, and can get a good deal on them i would recommend these too.

    WhipWhip
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    I have ridden with my son in his work truck and the MTRs are hard to beat. He runs 10 ply and has them studded for traction on ice. When he has to chain up it’s getting ugly. But he only gets 20000 out of a set. But the Wyoming rocks, sage brush and mud can destroy normal tires.

    Whip

    AvatarWildcats789
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    Love Firestone Destination MTs. Decent mileage but, hard compound. Hate anything Goodyear.

    Avatartla100
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    Running Firestone Transforce AT’s on truck now. Seem to be holding up ok, lot of towing and gravel .

    I researched a lot before buying them, and have been pretty happy so far.

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    Quote by: Stizos

    I’ve been running Hankooks since the turn of the century. 😯 And they will be my next tires I purchase also.

    I’m running Hankook 275/70/20s. Dynapro I think. 40K +. No complaint except a bit of noise a high speed. So I put on louder duals. 😀 Problem solved.

    AvatarIowaSportsmanGuy
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    Cooper atp3 LT. They bite well offroad, not noisy on the road, don’t hydroplane in heavy rain, and last for miles. They are not winter rated but worked well enough the truck didn’t need any sand bags in two wheel drive. You pay a little more but get more bang for your buck. Tried the ath for a roadtrip suv. They are even quieter and worked decent in the fields but couldn’t cut it in the feed lot.

    ECFirearmsECFirearms
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    Quote by: OutdoorsFreak

    What is everyones choice of tire for there truck.. just trying to get some opinions before I make a decision and not having very good luck with tires lately.

    I have had good luck with Toyo OPEN COUNTRY A/T II LT tires. Just bought another set of them for my dodge ram, got 76,000 miles out of the first set of Toyo’s.
    I run 25% gravel and 75% blacktop. I pull a camper, utility trailer, or boat with them. Works good in the snow and rain.
    Run me around $1000 for a set, but they last twice as long as the last truck tires I had….

    “Second Amendment – Either you are helping pull the wagon, getting a free ride in the wagon, or trying to take away the wagon. Which one are you?” -- IAShooters

    AvatarLarry Richard
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    Wranglers for me. Trade trucks every 5 to 6 years, and never have to replace the originals. doc

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    Does anyone have any experience with the Goodyear Wrangler Trailrunner AT tires? How about Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires? Been looking at those as well as a couple others as I am likely going to need new tires before winter. Thought I’d ask on here to see if anyone has any experience with those tires and what your thoughts are.

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    Quote by: ECFirearms

    Quote by: OutdoorsFreak

    What is everyones choice of tire for there truck.. just trying to get some opinions before I make a decision and not having very good luck with tires lately.

    I have had good luck with Toyo OPEN COUNTRY A/T II LT tires. Just bought another set of them for my dodge ram, got 76,000 miles out of the first set of Toyo’s.
    I run 25% gravel and 75% blacktop. I pull a camper, utility trailer, or boat with them. Works good in the snow and rain.
    Run me around $1000 for a set, but they last twice as long as the last truck tires I had….

    X2 on the Toyo AT II’s been running them for a number of years on our work trucks. Not a lot of gravel but have had them on 4 F150s and 2 suburbans. somewhere around 70K each set. Had a set of Toyo open country MT’s on my f350 80% gravel and 20% blacktop just changed them out after almost 40k.

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    Quote by: TrapCyclone

    Does anyone have any experience with the Goodyear Wrangler Trailrunner AT tires? How about Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires? Been looking at those as well as a couple others as I am likely going to need new tires before winter. Thought I’d ask on here to see if anyone has any experience with those tires and what your thoughts are.

    I’ve had good luck with the AT3. That’s what I usually run on my work truck.

    scruffyscruffy
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    Quote by: TrapCyclone

    Does anyone have any experience with the Goodyear Wrangler Trailrunner AT tires? How about Cooper Discoverer AT3 tires? Been looking at those as well as a couple others as I am likely going to need new tires before winter. Thought I’d ask on here to see if anyone has any experience with those tires and what your thoughts are.

    My decision came down to BFG KO2’s and Cooper AT3’s. The AT3’s are quite a bit cheaper and come in a lighter P series, not just LTs, and i was looking at an AT3 today on the wall and it looked like the tread was glued onto the tire, like a retread or something? I need to see if that was a bad looking tire or what they all look like and how they’re constructed. I’ve had the original KO’s on a truck in the past and another set are on my jeep now, no complaints (as long as I kept them rotated so they wore even to keep down the howl). I actually have an old set of KO from back in the 90’s on a hay rack (tires outlived the truck LOL). So leaning heavily towards the KO2’s for my current truck. They’re pricey, but like anything you get what you pay for…

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