All-Terrain Tires? Recommendations?
I know that the KO2s are extremely capable. I am wondering if anyone has had experience with Nokian, Nitto and Summitomo as tires? What do you rock for your All-Terrain tires?
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What happened to your IS?UrbanPoet wrote: ↑ I got Yokohama g015.
I use them all year round since they are mountain snowflake rated.
I’m on year 3 and the thread is still chunky. The most “all terrain” thing i do is gravy road and dirt road.
One time it was wet and muddy and i was able to get through with a rav4 awd v6. Also one time on a gravel road with at least 12 inch snow
I had to put on the differential lock though.
Decent in snow and ice. Mild mannered on dry roads. These were made more like a mild A/T tire. A balance between all terrain and road tire. So suited to some one like me who only uses gravel and dirt roads occasionally.
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My gf was driving straight on a green. And someone made a left turn into her direction. Totalled the damn thing...
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Awwww sorry that happened. On the bright side, at least it "did its job" and protected your gf.
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Oh yeah, the price on discoverers are amazing. Got a set of 33s last year for $425 all in! One poster said the tire was garbage but never responded when I inquired. You'll be happy with them, I was with the limited use.mxthor3 wrote: ↑ Just got a set of Cooper Discoverer AT3s for my Duramax. I might actually leave these things on for the first snowfall and see how they fair. No complaints so far, no issues at any of the crappy boat ramps I've been using as of late either. So far so good, price was definitely right as well.