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Old 07-29-2012, 10:52 PM   #1
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I'm in the market for new tires and I would like some aggressive looking rain tires wondering I'f anybody could help me out in that category
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Just rain so like a all terrain?
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All terrain would be good but from what I hear all terrain don't do well in rain
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well i have bridgestone duller revo 2 A/T's and there good in the rain as long as your not given her the juice there fine i never had a problum but i also have a limited slip im sure that helps alot
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Yokahama ATS is the best all terrain rain tire made today in my opinion. The only reason I dont have them anymore is now that my truck is slightly lifted they dont make the right sizes. Im running Nitto now and hate them, think im going to try the Duratrac next but its rather aggressive
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All my AT's have been awesome in the rain with the exception of the goodyears my truck came stock with. Ive hated every goodyear tire Ive ever owned. The Firestone Destination AT's Im running now stick like glue in snow and heavy rain. In fact Ive never spun a tire in the rain with these ever. Best AT tire Ive ever owned.
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My GY duratracs are great in rain, the only time i had a issue was during a thunderstorm going a around a fairly tight corner with to much gas. But i've never had hydroplaning issues with them though.
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It's really personal preference because by the looks of it almost every tire our there is the best just say because of what i see here ^ lol
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So the firestone are good ill look into them today Ty for the help all
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So the firestone are good ill look into them today Ty for the help all
I really like them. I was an all BFG only guy until a coworker (and my wallet) talked me into the Firestones and Im glad he did. They were $400 cheaper a set, get better reviews on tirerack.com and perform better than the BFG AT's. Check them out on tirerack.com.
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