Time to change tires

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  1. RafySurf

    RafySurf Junior Member

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    Hello ,

    I already did the tire research and by budget I’m in to 3 different brands. After reading alll the specs and reviews I am considering The Toyo Open Country, The Cooper AT or the Good Year Wrangler AT.

    I would take in serious consideration any recommendations from this forum.

    Thank you
     
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  2. Bigskyroadglide

    Bigskyroadglide Senior Member

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    I just made the decision to go with Cooper AT3s.

    Have them on wife's truck and they're holding up very well.

    I like the tread design and they work well in snow, wet and dry.

    I don't know about mud.
     
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    Firestone Destination AT's.

    I have them on my truck and Jeep right now and they are reasonably priced.

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  4. WTM75

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    I went with Falken Wildpeak AT3 based on the reviews here. So far so good. Very good in the rain, and the few times I’ve driven through fields they gripped well.
     
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  5. Midknight

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    1-cooper
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  7. madtrucker2016

    madtrucker2016 Senior Member Supporting Member

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    Bridge stone Alanza Plus tires 80 mile warranty and let me tell you ride so smooth and very good in the rain stopping better then Good Year ATV from factory
     
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    2016Bighorny Senior Member

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    I have the Cooper ATS 4S and I love them!!! As quiet, or quieter than the original Gooryear (junk), and SUPERB traction in the rain!![​IMG]
     
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    Current Ram came equipped with Yokohama G015 and had them on a previous truck. So far the best all round A/T tire I've had. Quiet for an aggressive tread and E rated, handle snow/rain/ice like a champ and the price was the best out of the tires I was looking at the time. The fact that this new truck came with them off the lot was a bonus. Did look at Falken and Firestone when I was in the market but like I said price was a big player for me. Lots of people say great things about the Cooper AT/3 but my experience was not positive, granted I bought the 1st gen AT/3 and I believe they have tweaked things a bit... but the old saying " Once bitten twice shy ".
    Oh by the way did I mention they look good as well.
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  10. William Hastings

    William Hastings Senior Member Supporting Member

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    Another vote for Falken wildpeak at3w
     

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