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Dick Cepek F-CII

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by SBmudhog, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. SBmudhog

    SBmudhog [OP] Member

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    Still researching tires for the Tacoma. I am currently running general grabber at2's in the stock size. I am looking to go up to 265/70/17. I have always liked the look of Dick Cepek F-CII. I have read some good reviews on this tire, but I can't anything about them on here. Has anyone had experience with these tires?
     
  2. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    Had tons on the Taco's.... new truck is pretty stock
    No personal experience with them, but planning on the new fun country for my next tires. Personally like the redesign quite a bit, but if you prefer the old one you should buy soon as I hear they're going to phase them out
     
  3. jrzyshore

    jrzyshore Well-Known Member

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    I am happy with mine. I have been running them since November and they been hold up good. The cheapest I found them was Walmart site to store.:D
     
  4. SBmudhog

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    I like the look of the new fun countries too, but they are not currently available in the size I want.

    How do the F-CII do in the snow??
     
  5. jrzyshore

    jrzyshore Well-Known Member

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    We didn't get much snow this winter in southern parts of NJ but the little we did they handled well.
     
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    I was looking into getting a set of these too. I was wondering if theyre worth the $$ and how they ride on the street.
     
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