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Malern28us

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I ended up going with Cooper Discovery Rugged Trek. I am limited to stock 22 I ch wheels though. 5k miles in and I like them
 

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I'm on my second set of trail graps, love em. Look really aggressive, clean out better then AT tires and not to rough on street.
They wear ok, give them a shot!
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I had good luck out of mine in the snow last year. Got dumped on about 14in at one point and live on a private drive 1/4 mile back off the highway that doesn't get plowed. Had 0 issues for the 10 days before I finally talked a neighbor that lives up the road into plowing it.
 

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Nitto Ridge Grapplers are my current favorite, but I've never ran them in snow.
I need to replace my stock Michelin's on my F250 PS, the Michelins have been fine except for wet driving.
The Nittos for my truck show two numbers:

LT275/65R20 E 126/123Q
LT275/60R20 E 123/120Q

Do you know what the difference is between them?

E
 

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I need to replace my stock Michelin's on my F250 PS, the Michelins have been fine except for wet driving.
The Nittos for my truck show two numbers:

LT275/65R20 E 126/123Q
LT275/60R20 E 123/120Q

Do you know what the difference is between them?

E

If you want the men's size I suggest the LT295/65R20 E 129/126Q. They have the best payload rating. That's what I ran on mine:

 

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Falken Wildpeak AT3s are my favorite out of all the AT tires I've owned. They aren't loud, wear nicely, don't turn into rock launchers and provide great traction in all conditions I've been in.

This x1000.
Bought a set of Falken Wildpeak AT3W for my 2500. Liked them so much I bought a set for my 1500 to replace the Duratracks when they wore out.
 

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I ended up going with Nitto recon grapplers in 35x18x12.5

on these wheels
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Going on this truck once I get my lift installed

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I ended up going with Nitto recon grapplers in 35x18x12.5

on these wheels
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Going on this truck once I get my lift installed

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What did you end up doing with the ZR2? Also, what did you not like about the Chevy?
 

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What did you end up doing with the ZR2? Also, what did you not like about the Chevy?

I got +4000 more than I paid and traded even for the Tundra.

I did like it: small, sporty, nimble. The size made it great but was also a weakness. The interior was tiny. The rear seat was 6th gen Camaro tiny.

I was gearing up to lift it but I would have to get new wheels for proper offset. There is only one lift kit that works with the multimatic and it is super expensive. I could not stomach +$6-8k into it.

Also I was starting to worry about reliability. The transmissions on these are dogshit and I was already starting to get weird buzzes and rattles.
 

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