One tire to do it all - snow and offroading (1 Viewer)

supdizzle

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Either general tire ATX or Nokian Rotiva AT Plus. After much research living here in Boulder, CO. Those two came out on top for me. I have had both on my rigs. Rotiva's on my 100 and Generals on my 200.
 
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After half a winter in the Winter Park area, I am very happy with the Wildpeaks. Extremely surefooted in the white stuff. This summer will test out the offroading capabilities of these tires, but I'm very pleased so far.
 
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General Grabber AT/X

I have 35 12.5's on my '85 pick up. They hook up like a cat on velcro on the snow/ice covered roads/highways of Canada.

Just about anything that has a desirable pattern as a highway winter tire is going to suck in a mud or off-highway deep snow scenario if you need the lugs of a mud terrain to clear out the mud or snow.
 

Blue77FJ40

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General Grabber AT/X

I have 35 12.5's on my '85 pick up. They hook up like a cat on velcro on the snow/ice covered roads/highways of Canada.

Just about anything that has a desirable pattern as a highway winter tire is going to suck in a mud or off-highway deep snow scenario if you need the lugs of a mud terrain to clear out the mud or snow.

Only have 2 ply sidewall...
 

titanpat57

Bigfoot?!...never heard of him...
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On my second set of KO2's....over 88k total driven miles on my 2016 Trail Premium...I'd buy another set (LT's)
 

Armed in Utah

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My suggestion.....these just arrived today......DTD.....my tire/wheel store

going on our '11 GX next week

Goodyear Ultra Terrain.....LT 265-70x17......

Wheels are Fuel 17x8.5 +7 matte gun metal gray......

makes my nipples hard just looking at them.....:bounce:


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