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    Truck Tires

    Hey guys... I am currently running Yokohama Geolanders. I have about 65-70,000kms on them. They have been a good tire, but I would like something that lasts as long but looks a little more aggressive. I'll be on the market to buy some new ones before winter.

    I'm wondering what everybody runs for tires. What do you feel are the best all terrain tire on the market? I'm looking for something that will last up to 70,000 kms, performs decent in the snow, looks aggressive and is a good overall value. Let's hear what you guys have to say.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Truck Tires

    Aggressive and Mileage don't really go together. I run Michelin AT's. Basically Hwy Tire with a little more grip but I usually get 100.000 km out of a set (95% Hwy kms) There nice and quite to. I have a set of chains if the going gets tough and their's no aggressive grip that will match them. Don't look to tough but has worked good for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by gillam49 View Post
    Hey guys... I am currently running Yokohama Geolanders. I have about 65-70,000kms on them. They have been a good tire, but I would like something that lasts as long but looks a little more aggressive. I'll be on the market to buy some new ones before winter.

    I'm wondering what everybody runs for tires. What do you feel are the best all terrain tire on the market? I'm looking for something that will last up to 70,000 kms, performs decent in the snow, looks aggressive and is a good overall value. Let's hear what you guys have to say.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Truck Tires

    I bought a set of BFG All Terrain KO 2's from Costco last fall. https://www.google.ca/search?q=bfg+a...jsNONCBDxU8%3D So far really happy with them.
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    Re: Truck Tires

    I just bought a Terra Grappler by Nitto tires. Its way cheaper compared with Michelin and Yokomaha. Performance is superb and really durable.

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    Re: Truck Tires

    I just picked up some Toyo Open Country C/T's. Aggressive all terrain tire, has the snowflake too, so you can run it in the winter time in BC.
    Pricey but they are nice.


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    Re: Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteface View Post
    I just bought a Terra Grappler by Nitto tires. Its way cheaper compared with Michelin and Yokomaha. Performance is superb and really durable.
    Great tire but absolutely horrible in the winter!
    Create your own future!!!
    No need to list all the toys just let the snow fly!!!!


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    Re: Truck Tires

    Cool... Thanks guys. I just put the last miles on these Yoko's going to Oregon and Washington over the last two weeks. Time to purchase now. Also... My friggin exhaust rusted off while on the trip lol. Was hanging by the little mount. Kinda surprised me. I crawled under, unhooked it and tossed it in the box hahaha.


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    Re: Truck Tires

    Goodyear wrangler duratracs have always treated me fair. Snowflake rated aswell. Usually 70-80kkm and if bought at right time of year. Studdable for winter


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    Re: Truck Tires

    Ive run the duratracs which where great all around tire, got 70,000 out of them also. Went with Mutekei trail hogs as i couldnt land my hands on another set of duratracs last winter. Even more impressed with these tires. $2100 for a set of 35 x12.5 r20

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