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  1. Bosro
    01-31-2014 11:05 AM - permalink
    Bosro
    The Wild Country's are a huge improvement over the AT2 for the winter.
    Very good on snow,ok on ice.....I don't have limited slip,so the traction control can do only so much.
    Very little wear on them but less than 10K.
    They handle better everywhere as well,including gravel.....
    The ride I liked so much before is back as well as the mpg.
    They are snow flake rated so they should be legal in BC.
    They are the stock 265/55/20s and will be used year round.
    For as cheap as they are these tires are pretty good and would recommend them.
    I had the Hankook Dynapro ATM on for a few winters and these tires are as good,but cheaper.
    I would recommend them.
    Any other Qs let me know.
    Rod
  2. Summit_PG
    01-29-2014 05:14 PM - permalink
    Summit_PG
    Hey. Just read your posts about your experience with the Toyo Open Country AT2s. I drive in an area similar to yours (Prince George, BC), and I was wondering how you're making out with the Wild Country XTX Sports? We have a Kal Tire so it's a brand I was going to check out. How fast are they wearing? How are they on snow and ice? Do you use them all season, or winter only? Do you have the stock 20's? I drive a 2011 FX4 Ecoboost as well.

    Thanks for the help!
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