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Old tires Cooper Discoverer SST 305x12.5x18. I am looking at something a little smaller, was thinking 295x70x18 or similar, was trying to keep the tires around 34" due to towing. Any one have any good recommendations on tires that give good traction in wet weather, snow. Moving to the North West and want to prepare for winter and the wet weather.
 

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I like the Toyo Open Country A/T II in that size...but if you plan on spending a significant amount of time in the snow and you're not opposed to going just a bit smaller, you may want to consider the Hercules Terra Trac T/G Max in 285/65-18 which measures out to be 33.03/11.5. The Toyo Open Country R/T also comes in that size which I really like as well.
P.S. Hercules tires are made by Cooper.

https://www.herculestire.com/tire-details/Hercules/TERRA TRAC T/G MAX

https://www.toyotires.com/tire/pattern/open-country-rt-on-off-road-rugged-terrain-tires
 

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285/70 Nitto Exo's
295/65 Duratracs
305/65 Falken Wildpeak AT3W
295/70 Cooper STT Pros

Those would probably be my choices, I believe all have the snowflake symbol as well and are reasonably priced. If you have 35's do you have a lift?
 
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