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Thread: Light Truck Tires

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    Bridgestone dueler ats have worked for me, on my fourth set
    Hope for the best, prepare for the worst!

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    Toyo Open Country ATII. Had them on my 2012 GMC and now on my 2018 F150 Super Crew since new. I am now, unfortunately, probably 99.9 percent highway driving. They wear very well and have been good on ice and snow. They are now rated for winter. Not noisy.

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    I managed a business that had about 25 pickups. Tried many over the years and Michelin we’re always the longest lasting. As soon as stock tires wear out 10ply Michelin tires went on. I loved the ms/ltx but they changed them a bit but still a good all season tire for a variety of conditions

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    I have both Ko2s and LTX M/S. The KO2s are slightly better in the snow but don't wear nearly as long as the LTX, the LTX are the best value and are better in the snow than the CT branded M/S tires.
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    Firestone destination xt, I have them on a 2500 gmc 2wd van, they work good, they have very good reveiws

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