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Old 05-03-2012, 01:24 AM   #1
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I just leveled my truck and put18" rockstars and I want to put new All Terrain tires on them but I want tires that are long lasting and that are good the size I want is 295/70/18 all help and comments are appreciated
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Goodyear Duratracs best out there imo
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Cooper Discoverer S/T's are awesome tires. They are an all-terrain that's between their A/T and mud terrain. It rides and sounds like an all terrain but has a little more aggressive tread. Very long lasting. Kinda pricey though.
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Go read the ratings and reviews on the tirerack.com website. You will get more info there on tires than here. If their was a single "Best" tire; we would all be on them.
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I didn't know anybody made tires in that size other than Nitto. And they make a pretty good all terrain tire called the terra grapplers.
Also BFG all terrains and Goodyear duratechs and both real good.
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BFG A/T Awesome sand tire.
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Goodyear, Nitto, Mickey Thompson. In that order.
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I have a set of Dick Cepek Radial FC II. Had them for 3 years now. Very minimal wear. There is a member on here somewhere, cant remember his name but he claimed he got 100,000 miles out of a set of the same tires. I have not confirmed whether that is true or not.
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After a lot of research on TireRack and other sites I went with Goodyear Duratracs and love them. I put 295/65/18's (33") on mine and with a level they fit perfect. Great traction in the sand here in Florida and great on the highway when I've encountered heavy rain.
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BFG AT, there is no competition.
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