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Discuss 35"+ Winter tires? in the GENERAL DISCUSSION FORUMS forums; Hey guys, just wondering what you guys are running for a winter tire in a larger size. Im currently running ...


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    35"+ Winter tires?

    Hey guys, just wondering what you guys are running for a winter tire in a larger size. Im currently running syped 37x12.5 MT's, which work really well, but looking for a dedicated winter, to keep me legal with all the mountain passes around here. I hate BFG AT's, so those arent an option. I know the grabber at2's, goodyear duratrac and dunlop rover mt have severe service rating, and i believe make a 315/70R17, but wondering if anyone has found a strait up winter in larger sizes yet. Thanks alot guys



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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    yokahoma has a 35" winter but its a 16" rim

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    That's exactly what im thinking of, but hoping for a 17... As 16s dont fit on my truck! Thanks!

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    I am running mickey Thompson Baja ATZ....35 x 20 on my 08 ford...been good so far!!
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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    Studded tires are illegal in BC if that's where your going.
    Last edited by suzuki_ryder; October 10th, 2010 at 11:44 AM.

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    The best bet for bigger sized tires that will work well in all winter conditions would be a studded AT or MT such as a wangler , pro comp Radial Mud Terrain or cooper ST this is the tire with studs i have used for the past 2 winters and have been great on ice and deep snow.

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by suzuki_ryder View Post
    Studded tires are illegal in BC if that's where your going.
    YES you can run studded tires in BC but only in the winter I think it's from October to april .
    http://www.bchighway.com/regulations/studded-tires.html

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    Of course you can run studs here, although i dont really want to.
    I currently have 37x12.5 muds syped up for my winter tire, and they do work well, but i want to be legal, especially if something every happens so i dont get my insurance voided, or all the blame aimed at me. I run a 36x15.50 for summer, so whatever i get will only see winter. My buddy got some of the dunlops and they seem to be doing good, and they are super soft. Too bad yokahama didnt make that awesome 35" winter in a 17... or if i could run 16's, but thats not possible.



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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

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    Re: 35"+ Winter tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coxy View Post
    That's exactly what im thinking of, but hoping for a 17... As 16s dont fit on my truck! Thanks!
    I run 315x70x17" Yokohama geolanders on my dodge 2500 deisel.....best tire I've come across in a while 80k warranty....50k, no q's, 50 - 80k prorate.
    Free rotation, balance, and flat repair from Kal-Tire.
    I ran my 1st set 80k, then replaced them with a new set.....GREAT TIRE. Stick to the road like **** to a diaper
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