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Besides dedicated snow tires.

What would be the best tire, bigger of course would work best plowing snow.
I have used snow tires on sport cars before and I know how great they are.

Just would like to stick to ONE set for the Tundra.

This would be on a Level kit lift only. Bilstien 5100 shocks up front.

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Duratrac's are good in the snow and my Toyo AT2's (extreme version) are very similar in snow.


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Last time I checked it was White and cold to the touch.
Its thicker or lighter based on where you are. For instance, Utah's snow has a low moisture percentage, so less gnarly tires are needed, whereas Montana has a really high moisture percentage, so more dedicated snowtires are needed.
 

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I would say more of a wet snow then. Does Blizzak have heavy duty sidewall tires?

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Blizzaks is not suitable for plowing. Everything is too soft. Toyo has a good ice tire that is much stronger and better in wet snow.
 

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Thanks vball!

Never heard that about the blizzacks ? It is the sidewall that is too soft?

I will check out them toyo's.
 
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