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  • TIRES---I am in need of some new tires within the next few months. I need some suggestions on what to get, I drive 60% paved roa

    TIRES---I am in need of some new tires within the next few months. I need some suggestions on what to get, I drive 60% paved roads, 25% dirt roads and 15% offroad/dirt trails.I would like tires that do good in the snow along with sand and mud. What kind of tires would you guys suggest? I drive a 2006 F150 with 275/65/R18 on it, I am looking for a little more aggressive that will still perform well while pounding the pavement. I have looked at some wrangler DuraTrac's but would like some opinions before I buy anything

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    The Wranglers are good.

    A lotta folks who go offroad have an extra set of tirez, e.g. Snow/Mud cleats.

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    • #3
      I am not really looking forward to buying one pair. I definitely do not wana buy two pair. So hoping to keep it with one pair that will do ok in all conditions.

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      • #4
        cooper AT3 or a Cooper STT or STT MAX are both very good for what your looking for i have run both of them and really like them

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        • #5
          cooper AT3 or a Cooper STT or STT MAX are both very good for what your looking for i have run both of them and really like them

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          • #6
            i love my BF Goodrich all terrain ta's

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            • #7
              I have Cooper AT3 on my F150. They are a good compromise on what you are wanting out of a tire.

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              • #8
                Goodyear or Cooper- made by goodyear are decent tires. Never had a problem with either. I'm running pirelli scorpians right now, the local tire place had them on clearance. They have been great.

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                • #9
                  Dunlop Fierce attitude- I will never own another tire as long as they're made. 10 ply- ranch work in Wyoming , shale logging roads in northern Maine , and 30,000 miles of pavement in the mean time. They hardly show wear and are only being rotated for traditions sake.

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                  • #10
                    I don't live in Snow Country...Florida The Sugar Sand and Clay Mud State I have 275/16 BFG'S A/T-TA on my F-150 4x4 if you can get-out of Sugar Sand NOW that's a Good Tire.

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                    • #11
                      I was also looking at the DuraTracs for my next set of tires. I curently have 35" BFG Mud terrains and I have over 50,000 miles on them. Real good tire in my opinion. 90% of my driving is paved roads so I'm looking for something a little less aggressive

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                      • #12
                        Goodrich Wrangler A/T are a good tire I have on my Chev. On the Jeep I have Michelin Cross/Terrain. Less aggressive but good in rain,snow and some off road. Quiet with good gas mileage. Long wearing, I think they are rated for 50 or 60,000.

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                        • #13
                          I am a firm believer in MT tires on anything used where you need 4wd. ATs just don't cut it. Sand would be the exception.

                          I have used BFGs, Coopers, and Firestone Destinations. All MTs. All three have been very good to me.

                          They all get loud especially when worn down a bit. I have a loud stereo, and damaged hearing. Oh well.

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