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Old 12-18-2013, 06:18 PM   #1
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Well, I finally got those crappy, worn out Perelli's replaced. I was looking to get Bridgestone Revo 2's, but, they are on back order. After a bunch of searching and questions I decided I would give the Goodyear Adventure AT a try. So far so good. Haven't been able to put many miles on them yet. Did get a chance to try in a little bit of snow;worked well. They ride really smooth! I went up a bit in size and went with the 275/60 instead of the 275/55. Glad I did, I think they fill the wheel well nicely. This is the size that these 20 inch wheels should come with from the factory. It also got my speedo to be almost dead on and get OWL. The 275/55 only come black wall. I think the tread looks more aggressive in person than it looks in any of the photos available. I will get some better pics, but, I used my phone and we got snow yesterday so everything is covered in salt. If anyone is thinking about these I would say go for it.

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Ran into an issue with the pic file size. Didn't realize until after I posted, thought they attached. Any tips on resizing??

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Should be good - these are the tires that have replaced the ones I have - GY Wrangler Silent Armours...I've had mine for 2 years now and still are great in the snow.
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Thanks for the suggestion for Photobucket but I finally figured things out. Images now attached.
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for future reference and for anyone that doesnt know....open it with microsoft paint. click on image->stretch/skew. put in 50% on each and see what happens on the screen. If it ends up smaller than the screen, chances are its small enough, otherwise, play with it some more. file->save as-> put in a new name. Not the one it was. Bamm. done. No photoshop needed, and no website needed.
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I'm interested in these as well. Please keep us updated on how the tires perform in different conditions as well as any changes in MPG. Thanks.
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Just put a set of these on the wife's 2006 explorer. She is happy with them. Says they grip well, and we have gotten a decent amount of snow in the past week or so.
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I've put a few thousand miles on mine so far and am very happy with their performance. I was hoping to put a set of Silent Armours on but since they've been discontinued that wasn't an option. But so far, I think these are better. I run a 275/70-18 E range and am really surprised at how comfortable the ride is with these.
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