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Posted: 10/19/19 12:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We did exactly that with the wifes Tacoma. Hers is a 2010 model and I found brand new, less than 50 miles in total 2019 tires and rims for $500.00. At that price to get new factory rims and brand new name brand tires how could you go wrong.

I'd only switch to a higher load range OP if you tow quite a bit, otherwise stay at current load capacity and name brand.


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I have a 14 f 150 ecoboost that came with michelins.
When they wore out at about 40,000 miles I went to Continentals. I got a much more agressive tread pattern, no more noise or stiffer ride, and Da** these things stick.
I'm now about 60,000 miles and thinking it won't be long before I need new and I am certainly buying another set of the Conty's.
They always did make a good tire. I have the " terrain contacts ".
I tried to put them on my 2010 f 150 as well but they didn't have the size I needed.
I never knew this site wouldn't allow a minor cuss word. but it keeps editing it.


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continentals look interesting.

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Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain with Kevlar works great on mine.
Or do you want the lowest possible price?


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time2roll wrote:

Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain with Kevlar works great on mine.
Or do you want the lowest possible price?

Best value

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philh wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain with Kevlar works great on mine.
Or do you want the lowest possible price?

Best value


I just put Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLTs on my 2017 1 ton gasser.
I have about 4000 miles on them It was 1000 bucks all the way around. I really like them. It I had it to again they make a step below these that are similar but cheaper I would have went with those.


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I also have the Goodyear All Terrain Kevlar tires. They are great in snow, mud and rain. I will get them again.


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I just put Falken Wildpeak on my f150 and also had them on my chevy 2500. Load E, A/T tires that are affordable, last and are not nearly as loud as other similar tires.

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ls1mike wrote:

philh wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain with Kevlar works great on mine.
Or do you want the lowest possible price?

Best value


I just put Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLTs on my 2017 1 ton gasser.
I have about 4000 miles on them It was 1000 bucks all the way around. I really like them. It I had it to again they make a step below these that are similar but cheaper I would have went with those.


I'm going to do those or the new KO2 DT tires here in the next month or so. I have the standard KO2 on there now and they just wore too fast but the DT version is supposed to wear better on heavier trucks. Those Coopers look pretty nice though and they're a bit cheaper too. Leaning toward the Coopers at this point. $1000 installed for new diesel truck tires isn't a bad price at all.


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