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Soliciting opinions of tires for my truck. I would like ones good for the road and light use on a farm/possible muddy dirt road

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  • Shit4Luck
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    I'm on my 2nd set of Firestone Destination LE's on my 04 Chev Suburban. Ride like a dream on the highway and reasonably good bite off road in the mud...just not too muddy. Got over 60K miles out of the 1st set - 2nd set holding up well at around 35K miles already.

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  • beers123
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    Firestone Detinations AT have never had a problem love them

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  • Treestand
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    I have good luck with BFGs A/T on my Ford F-250 4X4, almost NO Road noise and super in the sand and mud here in Fl....275/75/18"with 58,000 on my first set,now working on my next set of BFGs A/T.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    I have 265/70/17 10 ply tires called Feirce Attitudes they are made by dunlop. They are a little on the agressive side, but do the trick on the dirt logging roads in northern Maine. They have been down probably over three thousand miles of them and regardless of the shale on the hills, ive yet to have a flat with them. I probably shouldnt have said that though. Now im going to have to go find some wood to knock on. Im not superstitious but who wants to chance it.....

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    You may want to consider Cepek's Mud Country and Toyo's Open Country tires because they have performed well on my Toyota 4WD V6.

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  • Sarge01
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    I have Cooper AT 3's on my truck. They ride good on the road but still hold pretty good on the muddy dirt road to my hunting camp.

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    Soliciting opinions of tires for my truck. I would like ones good for the road and light use on a farm/possible muddy dirt roads, etc.

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