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Old 03-14-2011, 03:49 PM
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Please help! Looking for a great AT (All terrain) tire

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I've ordered the Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ...and it appears they are on SERIOUS back order...like at least another month or two!

I can't wait though.

My size: 38x1550x20.

What I'm lookin for is a true all-terrain tire. I'm currently running the Toyo Open Country MT's...great tire for what they are but I'm not off-road that much at all and would rather have something better for the street...something quiet, etc.

Anyone try the Dick Cepek Radial F-C II's? How are they?

What else would you recommend?


Thanks!
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:30 PM
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I have not tried them, but they are a good looking tire. I have thought about trying some out next time I have to buy tires.
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Old 03-15-2011, 06:16 PM
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I run the pro comp xtreme at. I love them, am not off-road enough for an mt myself either. I don't know anything about the Dick cepek fc 2. Also the nitto Terra grappler and Goodyear seem to be popular. If you look at the pro comp make sure you look at the xtreme at not the all terrain. The regular at seems to not be well liked.
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Old 03-15-2011, 07:19 PM
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Hankook Dynapro ATM. Hands down one of the best tires I have ever run. I have 40k on them now and expect another 5-10 before I replace them next month. They take everything I put them through and I am not easy on tires by any means. Honestly for the price of them I wasn't expecting a lot but if I were looking at keeping with an AT instead of moving to an MT, I would be getting another set
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Hankook Dynapro ATM. Hands down one of the best tires I have ever run. I have 40k on them now and expect another 5-10 before I replace them next month. They take everything I put them through and I am not easy on tires by any means. Honestly for the price of them I wasn't expecting a lot but if I were looking at keeping with an AT instead of moving to an MT, I would be getting another set
If they were made in a 37" i would be all over these. Great tire, to bad they stop at 35". I am in the same boat as the op looking at for a good AT but in a 37" with a load range E. and not to many options so i may end up with a toyo MT again.
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Old 03-28-2011, 02:42 PM
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I had a set of 35" procomp extreme at's. I had them for 35k before selling the truck, they were just over half worn out. I loved those tires. They were good in snow and getting in and out of farm fields. I wish they made a size for the new truck. No lift until paid off is what the wife says.
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Tire companies need to get serious about A/T's, if someone made a 295/65 R20 Load rated E at 80psi in an A/T...I think they would sell alot of them. (hint-hint)
BFG, TOYO, Goodyear, Hankook you guys payin' attention. 295/65 R20 is the perfect size for a leveled Superduty.
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