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Old 11-28-2018, 08:11 PM #1
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What tires are you running and how do you like them?

As the title says. What tires are you running and how do you like them? Looking for snow and rain reviews more than anything but also interested in road noise for the more aggressive tires out there. Pictures are always a plus!
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Running 265/70R-17 Conti TerrainContact A/T tires. So far these tires have been great on dry pavement, rain, and snow, Can't speak to offload yet.

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Stock size P rated Falken Wildpeak at3w. Outstanding in both rain and snow, a tad louder than the OEM Bridgestones they replaced.

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What tires are you running and how do you like them?

Bridgestone Revo 3 AT. Solid tire and the best Revo produced to date in my opinion. Not snowflake rated, but better than the BFG KOs Ive had in the past that are snowflake rated. Very good in the rain and the last snowfall of 4. That said I still usually put on a dedicated snow tire up here for 4 months. 9500 miles on the Revos and very happy with the ride and wear.




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Goodyear MTR-K. On my 5th set, will buy a 6th. It doesn't really rain much here. Deep snow they are awesome, packed snow/ice they are absolutely terrible.
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Toyo Open Country AT2, 265/70-17
2 years, appear very good for dry, wet traction and braking. Off Road on sand dunes, dirt and gravel very good and also good for packed and powder snow. Very happy with them.
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Decided to be a guinea pig and try the new Goodyear Ultra Terrains to see how they fare since I couldn't find any decent reviews, and America's Tire has the 30 day satisfaction guarantee, so why not? Got them mounted last Friday.

These do very well in the rain. I had to be on a relatively steep incline and mash the gas from a stop to get them to break a little, and they quickly caught traction. Under normal driving conditions in the wet, they feel very planted and don't make me nervous at all. I only have about 100 miles on them so far, though.

I'm heading up to snowy Tahoe this weekend so I'll get to see how they do in the ice, snow, and mud.

I will probably be moving to the Wildpeaks if I don't like how these perform up in the mountains. But I have high hopes so far.

The tires do have a low hum to them but it's quiet enough to not be bothersome. Any amount of talking or music makes it inaudible or unnoticeable to me.

I got them in 285/70R17, load range E and they're at around 35 psi. I originally wanted the DuraTracs for the load range D and the proven traction, but went with these hoping that they won't wear as quickly as they say the DuraTracs do.

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295/70/17 BFG KM3. These tires are great and very quiet for a M/T, but this is not my DD.
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Kumho Road Venture AT51's, installed them when the truck had about 200 miles. They were fine for the first ~2 years, but I've noticed that wet traction has recently gone down hill, and road noise is going up. It's to the point that it almost doesn't matter how slow I take a turn or accelerate through a turn on a wet road, it's going to slip. They did just fine off road in the sand, but the same could probably be said about OEM tires. Haven't had much snow either, but they did fine in slush.

Given the rain that now seems to be a frequent thing in the mid-Atlantic/northeast, I'm probably replacing these in the next year.
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I was on OEM Nitto Terra Grappler in P rated for approx 2,000 miles. I did not like these in the rain at all. Never had a chance to try in snow.

New tires - OEM sized Nitto Ridge Grappler in C load @35 psi for approx 5,000 miles now. Much better in rain and pretty good in snow. Very quiet and maybe more quiet than the Terra Grappler.
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People have said the KO2 sucks in the rain, but I've been totally satisfied with my 275/70/17s. I just moved to a high desert area from the east coast where I saw almost 50" of rain a year, but not much snow. I never once had an issue, and have been really happy with the lack of road noise for a more aggressive tread. I keep them at 36psi on the road, and wear over almost 40k has been minimal and consistent. I am a pretty slow driver, so that probably plays a factor in wear and rain performance, but I have found them to be a big improvement over the stock tires on road and off. Maybe the wider Trail wheels play a part in that too, IDK.
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Currently running the stock Nitto Ridge Crappler G2's. In all reality, they are not horrible. They have good rain traction and decent snow traction. Not the best tire I have ever run, but certainly not the worst. For a stock tire, it's actually better than most tires than come standard on 99% of vehicles off the lot.

I had DuraTrac's on my 4th Gen 4Runner and they were awesome. I liked them more than the KO2's that my dad is currently running on his Tundra and those are great tires. I will be replacing the Nitto's for the DuraTrac's at some point. I feel too guilty replacing a perfectly good tire with 17,000 miles on them, so I haven't pulled the trigger yet. If I get a puncture or some sort of flat (or do a lot of donuts in a church parking lot), it might be enough to jump on a whole new set of DuraTrac's

In the meantime, the Nitto's will do.
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17" Cooper AT3s (P rated), they handle nicely on wet roads and aren't very loud; can't say much about them off road except they aren't highway tires; pictures at the link

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Nitto Ridge Grappler in C load. No problem in the rain. Haven't had them in snow yet.
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Stock Bridgestone Duelers P265/70R17. Tire is ok, pretty quiet, survived some pretty rough 4x4 roads without blowing out. Butttt, they are down to 4/32 with 30,000 miles on them. That is unacceptable to me. I just bought C load 285/70R17s BF Goodrich KO2s to replace them and will be going on SCS Ray 10. Hopefully they are better. $186 a piece at Discount Tire.

O and I forgot to mention, one of them was defective and I had to replace at about 24k. So now I have the spare and the new Dueler on the front and 2 bald tires on the back. Had the bald ones on the front but the hydroplaning was bad.
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