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Posted by Grizmt on November 20, 2011 at 10:06:44:

In Reply to: Tires posted by Swampsauce on November 19, 2011 at 11:06:19:

After blowing through 3 sets of OE chinese trailer tires I've got Goodyears and are happy so far. As for truck tires, well the longest lasting on my old 2002 F350 diesel were Yokohama Geolander AT/S load range E. Diesel trucks are the real test of a tire. Due to the torque they tend to burn up rears rather fast but the Yokohama's really held up. On one of the 1/2 tons we use Toyo Open Country that were siped and they last/lasted a long time as well as had good snow/ice grip.
On our current Tundra that I tow an 8000 lb trailer with I'm going back to Yokohama load range E tires. Good winter traction, decent off road as well and if the last ones we had were any indication they should last. Now all I gotta do is find a shop that will sipe them.


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