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i would go with the mud countrys.....i mean is the spendy Kevlar really worth it??? i dont think so, i am getting new tires today also!

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i would go with the mud countrys.....i mean is the spendy Kevlar really worth it??? i dont think so, i am getting new tires today also!

That was my thoughts on the GY's as well. I think the Mud COuntry's would look pretty good on the truck. I wonder how they do in snow though.

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I would look into the Toyo Open Country MT's, they are great tires. I have a set and they ride extremely smooth for a M/T tire.

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The toyo's are a good choice. being that you tow you would something that has an E load range and i believe the toyo's do have an E rating.Iin my Diesel Power they said they road great and are one of the best M/T tires for 3/4 and 1 tons. Also, if you want the best snow traction, an all terrain tire does the best, like the BFG all terrains.

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you can get Nitto terra grapplers A/T pretty cheaply through discount tire, my favorite tire for the price by a longshot

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you can get Nitto terra grapplers A/T pretty cheaply through discount tire, my favorite tire for the price by a longshot

The Nitto's are certainly well priced. :banana:

I have a good place to start for tires now, thanks all.

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my opinion is that the BEST tires are the BFG radial AT's but the BEST FOR THE MONEY are the Nitto's (for the size on my truck, they are almost 100/ea cheaper!!!!)

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