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Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116096 05/26/19 07:30 AM
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I will be replacing my Cooper Discoverer ATP with another set of ATPs when they finally wear out. They have around 60K miles on them so far with a little life left.


2013 F150 5.0, Delo XLE CK-4 10W-30, Baldwin B7449
2010 Camry 2.5, PP 10W-30, Mobil1 M1C-251A
Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: dustyroads] #5116169 05/26/19 08:46 AM
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Originally Posted by dustyroads
After many years of running Cooper Discoverer M+S tires on my pickups, I decided to try an A/T tire. I got a good price on Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 tires from my Ford dealer two years ago and have nearly 30k miles on them. They are wearing excellent considering the weight of my truck and what I haul and tow. They're fairly quiet and ride/handle fantastic.

The Yokos have the mountain/snow flake symbol on them but I don't think they should. Clearly they're not genuine snow/ice tires, but they've really disappointed me over the last two winters. They do fine in a dry powder, but that's not saying much. In wet, slimy snow they're not confidence inspiring at all. My very heavy F150 seems to just float on a few inches of slushy, wet snow. Even when it's -15 and the cold snow is squeaky under the tires, they have been a bit of a let down to me. They're rather poor in mud and grass, too.

To me, there's too much downside with A/T tires so I'm going back to Discoverer M+S (or maybe the MasterCraft equivalent) before next winter. Not nearly the same tread life with the M+S but traction is so much better in snow and for hauling hay off road. It's all dependent on what you do with your truck.

Ditto on the Geos-the set on the XJ refuses to wear out, they're up to around 30K now! Really want some 31s (which the lift would let it handle), but I can't see throwing/giving away perfectly good rubber. The F-450/Super Duty also has them on the rear & they do fine in snow (but 8-9000 pounds & an Eaton TrueTrac locker isn't hurting either). You can't go wrong with Bridgestone Dueler Revos either, although I've only had Revo 1s & 2s, no 3s yet.


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Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116235 05/26/19 09:56 AM
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Loved the DuraTracs I had.

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116246 05/26/19 10:08 AM
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Falken AT3W on F150, awesome tire

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116327 05/26/19 11:26 AM
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Switched 3 HD Chev/GMCs this year to Nitto EXOs and one so far to Toyo CT. No going back.

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: Treadstone] #5116400 05/26/19 01:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Treadstone
Loved the DuraTracs I had.


How was the noise level? I hear they're a very good tire, but loud.


I use the overseas manual to choose my viscosity.

Using AMSOIL

Hers: 2008 Jeep Liberty 154k, SS 5w30/Amsoil

His: 2015 4Runner 60k, SS 5w20/Amsoil

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: JLTD] #5116459 05/26/19 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by JLTD
Originally Posted by Treadstone
Loved the DuraTracs I had.


How was the noise level? I hear they're a very good tire, but loud.


For an AT tire, they weren't bad at all. Quieter than the crappy Michelin LTX AT2s that were on it. And they were brilliant in the rain and snow as well.


Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116609 05/26/19 05:45 PM
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Look at the Cooper ATW.

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: derweed] #5116642 05/26/19 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by derweed
I have the Falken Wildpeak AT3W on a Ram truck and liked them so much that I recently put them on my Jeep Wrangler. Smooth, quiet highway ride and they have the snowflake symbol for winter driving, if that is important to you



Yep...chicken dinner!


05 Lexus GX470 175k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Toyo Open Country H/T II

06 4Runner SR5 155k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Falken Wildpeak AT3W
Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116646 05/26/19 06:21 PM
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I may go LTX M/S on the GX470...love those for everyday highway and wear....Falkens nice and plush although I have the P rated version.

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05 Lexus GX470 175k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Toyo Open Country H/T II

06 4Runner SR5 155k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Falken Wildpeak AT3W
Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116698 05/26/19 07:12 PM
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I've got a set of Michelin ATs on a Toyota FJ and I couldn't be any more impressed. I think they might be 10-ply rated, not sure, but they are rock steady at 85 mph, no concerns whatsoever in the dirt and rock, and in winter I have had to remind myself that there is snow on the road.

Re: Who makes the best all terrain? [Re: jongies3] #5116712 05/26/19 07:24 PM
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I'm a Michelin fan temped to try the A/T on the GX ...don't need much with that drive train.


05 Lexus GX470 175k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Toyo Open Country H/T II

06 4Runner SR5 155k
640:1 TCW-3
M1 0W40 XG-3614
Falken Wildpeak AT3W
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