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post #1 of 7 Old 02-24-2010, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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E RATED TIRES

I am needing to get som E rated tires for my 01 f-250. I will be towing a gooseneck with a bobcat on it. I want to stay with all terrain. what e- rated tires do some of yall use.
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They're not considered an all-terrain, but I have used mine in all terrains and love them, Nitto Dura Grapplers


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Nitto has a 265/70, 285/70, and a 305/70 in their Terra Grapplers. All E range tires.

I have them on both my truck and my wife's and have had great luck with them.

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I had a set of american radial A/T's on a f150 and they wored great and quite too. You can get e rated in 245-75-16 265-75-16 or 235-85-16

As of right now I have the walmart Godyear wrangler autority on the rear of my truck. they do have some road noise, but nothing like a SSR or bogger. I love them on the rear, they grip like there is no tommarow. Now they do like to dig some. For others saying they tear or chunk, have not had that problem yet on mine, but then I do have a dually. I put about 2500 miles on them and i am happy with them. I still have to put the front one on, and that will be a test for them!

I also liked the Firestone AT's on a friends truck.

have read many good things about the nitro tires..... but no experance with them..

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Toyo Open Country M/T or A/T should do ya right.
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Love my MTs. They wear good too. Im gonna get like 50k out of my 37s.

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i use radial swampers there e rated

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