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post #1 of 19 Old 07-05-2010, 07:36 PM Thread Starter
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I need tire suggestions!

I've had a lot of tires on different vehicles over the years. I had been looking at the Yokohama Geolander AT-S in the 265-75-16 size. Originally was told that they were made in the "E" load range with white letters. Now I can't find them. Wanting to get opinions on what you guys are running in that size and load range and has to have white letters. Appreciate any info.

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Look at Firestone Destination ATs...great tire, lots of miles and great price.
General Grabber has a great load E white wall too, I think they are HHTs
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In that size I had BFG All-Terrain's, worked great for me. Then went to 295/75/16 in the BFG All-Terrain again, now onto Nitto Trail Grapplers 35x12.5x20. For the size the Nitto's are very quiet but at that 265 size I would stick with the BFG's. The BFG's were all Load E rated.

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I've used all of the above brands except for the Nittos. Currently running Firestones. No reason other than they were laying around. Haven't had any I like more than others, but will say that the BFGoodrichs are expensive.

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I just got some Michelin LTX AT2's last week in a 285/75R16 and so far I really like them. I got the white lettering facing out, I think it looks good on the Ex.

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My vote is also for Michelin's they're more expensive than others but the ride is superb and they last a long time
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If it were me i would either rin Firestone Destination A/T's or Bridgestone A/T Dueler Revo 2's (what i have now) and its a great tire.

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