I believe it. I've found over the few thousand miles I've had these that they like air! I'm at 52 all around and feels good but was thinking going a bit higher.I have the 285/60/20's on my '12 DC, the XLT's of course. I run mine at 60 psi and love them, didn't so much care for them at 40psi. I've had them on for a couple thousand miles and they ride great nice and quiet. got mine and new rims at Discount tire. Had them match wally worlds price on the rubber.
I have experienced the same. If it even thought about raining my Terra Grappler G2s would lose traction. I have been in torrential downpours in the Coopers and they do a much better job.small update
with monsoons all week these tires do really good in the rain, better than my KO2 did for sure.
Same here brother... My G2's w/ about 40k miles are hard as a rock, ride horrible, and will break loose at any hint of moisture.I have experienced the same. If it even thought about raining my Terra Grappler G2s would lose traction. I have been in torrential downpours in the Coopers and they do a much better job.
I have gone on two 400+ mile road trips with them and I couldnt be any happier.
Got about 6-7k so far, I came from ko2 myself , so far i won’t be going backHey BB - how many miles so far? I’ve always put KOs and now KO2s on my trucks. They’ve been good - I have 61k on the current set in fact. I’m pretty meticulous about rotating every 5K. I’m going to have to get new tires next month and am pretty convinced to give these a try. They seem like the right balance for what I do.
yup, they are good in the rain, Ive had them on a while now, still really good:rockon:The time has come to join the "mullet" tire club ... you know... party on the side, business on the tread! :rockon:
I am from IL but now live in the deep south, so I just want to make sure these are awesome in the rain.
Any other updates are appreciated.