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Old 04-01-2011, 03:51 PM
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**HELP** Best Tire 4 Seasons

Like hundreds of threads people have already started I need help choosing a tire!I have read as many threads as I can find but still not sure what tire to go with, I need tires within the month. PLZZ HELP!!

Truck 06 F350 CCSB, looking for 35" maybe 37" to go on 20s depending on how much I decide to lift it. First off I live in Canada, so I need a tire that will work well in all 4 seasons, rain/snow. The truck almost never sees off road conditions so mud is not a concern of mine; I occasionally pull a 10k trailer. I am going to lift it so I want a aggressive to somewhat aggressive looking tire; road noise is not a huge concern however I would like longevity.
I am open to all suggestions and opinions.

Toyo M/T the A/T I don't think are aggressive enough?
Cooper STT?
MT ATZ ?
The Nittos trail grappler seem to be soft and less longevity from what I read?
BFG A/T KO what I had on the stock height truck..

Thanks in advance for info!
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As a fellow Canadian....Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac.

Aggressive all season tire that is sever weather rated for snow. Also quiet on the highway. Can't go wrong.

I run them in LT235/85R16 studded for winter and LT275/70R18 in the summer.

Love them. Hence why I bought 2 sets
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I have 37' Nitto's AT on my truck I was only told I would get 30,000 miles but Im already on 15,000 thousand and there still looking good. road noise aint to bad either and there a good looking tire to
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As a fellow Canadian....Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac.

Aggressive all season tire that is sever weather rated for snow. Also quiet on the highway. Can't go wrong.

I run them in LT235/85R16 studded for winter and LT275/70R18 in the summer.

Love them. Hence why I bought 2 sets
Agreed. I took a chance being a BFG fan and it payed off. These tires are awesome. I've got about 5k miles on mine and they look new, very quiet, excellent in rain and snow and hold their own in mud. Check out the 325/60/20. Can't say enough good things about these tires
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Old 04-02-2011, 05:13 PM
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Goodyear Duratrac hands down...

bombed through 100 inches + of snow this year plowing, ride quietly, can take a good load of weight, and look awesome. Havent been in any mud yet, but know people who have and they did just fine.
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i like the nitto Terra grappler i got 50k out of mine no problem still got them on the truck fixing to get another set soon
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Hey thanks everyone for the info keep it coming! and if anyone else has any thoughts on other tires let me know.

you guys have any pictures of the Duratracs on a lifted powerstroke??
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I run the wrangler duratrack on my 08 f350 work truck, which is 2wd, and have never been stuck. Best tire I have ever run hands down.
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I get a lot of snow here in WY too.
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Hey thanks everyone for the info keep it coming! and if anyone else has any thoughts on other tires let me know.

you guys have any pictures of the Duratracs on a lifted powerstroke??
325/60/20 Duratracs on Stock 20's... 2009 F250 w/ Pure Performance 4" X-Factor Lift





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