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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-20-2017, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Truck Tires

Looking for recommendations for a set of tires for my F-150. Looking for ones that have a fairly aggressive tread and look to them but still are good on wet roads and such. Thanks!
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-20-2017, 07:59 PM
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cooper atr i found them the best check out the other tread design also
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ATRs were replaced by AT3...I like AT3's or you could look at ATP's. If your looking more lug S/T or STT
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National Tire / Battery has their version of the Cooper AT/3, its the Cooper RTX.

Very similar in design, I'm on my second set with the first one going 40,000+ miles and still 6/32" tread left. Too little for my wintertime comfort. Excellent wear and winter / summer traction.

NTB will have periodic sales on them, and you get get 4 on a full size truck for <$700 out the door with the right promotion.
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Got my vote on AT3's . On my 3rd set . No complaints .
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Falken Wildpeak AT3w

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post #7 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-21-2017, 09:35 PM
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look at the Hankook Dynapro ATM. Ride nice on highway and great traction in any adverse condition. I went through two sets of them on my dodge ram that ate tires. I still got 40,000mi out of each set. I now have a Tundra and put Nitto Ridge Grapplers. Awesome looking tire and great in all adverse conditions. I've only ran them for about 1500mi so far so I can't comment on the mileage they will get.
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Had a set of AT/3s on my last Silverado Z71 and liked them quite a bit.

Put a set of Hancook ATMs on my current Siverado, mostly because they were on sale and a bit cheaper than another set of AT3s, at the time. Also, know quite a few folks that liked their ATMs, so that's the deal for now.

Hancooks are a tad better on wet roads than the Coopers were, but both are far better than the OEM tires that came on either truck. Both are fairly quiet, considering how aggressive the tread is.

Did lose just a bit of fuel mileage with the Hancooks, over the junk Goodyears that came new on the truck. But the Goodyears were a "highway" tread and pretty much useless in deep snow or mud. They were also horrible on a wet road

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I plan to either put on Toyo R/T's or the Nitto Ridge Grappler's on my Tundra when the time comes this fall. The R/T's are snow rated, a hybrid between an A/T and an M/T. Lots of coin for both of them though.
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For the money,tread wear and traction,it's tough to beat General grabber AT's.I'm sure there are better tires out there but I've owned the coopers multiple times and would take the Generals any day over the Coopers.In my experience,the best all around all terrain truck tire would be BF Goodrich al terrain TA's.You pay for them though.
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