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Tried and true: All Terrain tire options

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by BlindingWhiteTac., Dec 30, 2012.

  1. BlindingWhiteTac.

    BlindingWhiteTac. [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Thomas
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    I want to get rid of my Rugged Trail tires. I have considered going with skinny tires, but I think I'm going to stick with 265/75 16 on the factory wheels. I'm looking for an aggressive all terrain that is rated for severe snow.

    So far:
    BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO - Classic and indestructible.
    Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac - Relatively new kid on the block.
    Kelly Safari TSR - ?

    Are there any other recommendations from the board? Tires that you would be thrilled to win a lifetime supply of?
     
  2. TacoDell

    TacoDell Truck ~n~ Tow

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    I like my current Hankook RT03's
    more then my prior BFG KMII's

    * for just about every reason.
     
  3. mlittle

    mlittle T O Y O T A

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    General Grabber AT2 or Hankook Dynapros

    I never had any issues with my Grabbers. I hear a lot of good things about the Dynapros, but I never owned them.
     
  4. evanmb31

    evanmb31 Well-Known Member

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    Just got to try out my duratracs in deep snow last night and they were awesome
     
  5. snoope

    snoope Well-Known Member

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    Only tire I can speak of is my Grabber AT2's...;) :D :D :D

    1st real test has been these 2 new storms NH has had and these things "hook-up" NICE...even with no weight in the back ( my spare is there until TOYOTA repairs a part :rolleyes: )

    Being LT's they do offer a much stiffer ride than my P-series BUT then again those lugs are made for traction -FUN :cool:...not Michelin quiet....

    I am biased towards Michelins LTX's BUT only on my Hondas....TW world gives too many good tire deals to spend the serious $$$ for the Tacoma...;)
     
  6. Wishbone Runner

    Wishbone Runner Because 4R

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    • 04 SR5 V6 • King/Camburg/Icon/Metal Tech • 16" MT Classic Lock • Hankook RT03 295/75/16 • Shrockworks Sliders • RCI Skids • Hella 4000
    Hankook RF10s are a GREAT severe snow tire. I just went from then to Duratracs for something more aggressive. The Hankooks got about 60k on them and still have acceptable tread, I would highly recommend them, or now the Duratracs, the DTs are going to get worse MPGs, but better off road traction.
     
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