When I needed new tires I wanted something that looked a bit more aggressive than an ordinary street tire that came OEM on my truck. I don't do any off roading and drive on paved streets but it is a truck and I wanted it to look like one. After checking around I decided to get the Cooper ATP tires. They looked a bit more aggressive than I wanted since my truck is 2WD . They ride fine, very smooth at 80 MPH on the interstate. Discount tire made me a deal of $770 OTD. There is a road hazard warranty from Cooper (optional one from Discount Tire for more $$) and DT gives lifetime rotation and balancing with purchase. I got the 265 70 18 size.
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No tires = no transportation to work.
No transportation to work = no job
No job = no xmas
Is your coworker 17?
My wife and kids just got shafted for xmas because I just bought more guns and ammo....so don't listen to me I guess I'm gonna have to tell my kids again, that santa said they were bad this year, so all they get is a lump of coal and a ramen noodle xmas feast
More like 27 and female!
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Another vote for the Falken Rocky Mountains. Discounts price was much better on those than the Tera Grapplers, even though I really like the Grapplers
'06 KTM 250 sx-f
'08 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4
'o8 Tundra DC 5.7
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Ok, I have scoured the interwebs and with you guys tremendous assistance I think I have narrowed it down to the following:
Toyo OC AT2- 65000 warranty for $820 OTD- Hamms Tires (local chain)
Cooper AT/3 - 55000 warranty for $839. OTD-Discount, they might come down on these a bit if i try.
I am still open to suggestions and comments.
Eliminated the Hankooks-i just don't like the look.
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