Old 08-11-2020, 04:05 PM
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Furbird
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Huge Michelin fan myself, but the cost is a factor in high load range tires that are usually 50k or less rated anyway. I went with Dick Cepek this time, and am absolutely shocked at how well these ride. Far far better than the BFG's I pulled off, far more stable, quieter, just better all around. I don't drive a lot but when I do it's usually pulling weight and even with an oversized tire for my setup they are still amazingly stable. Most people see the tread and are in awe at how quiet they are. Zero slip but I don't push them anyway as the only reason I got a 4X4 was because it was actually less than an equivalent 2WD when I was shopping around. They seem to be gaining popularity amongst the lighter weight trucks since they come in a load range E and are more durable for rock crawlers and such but I have them on my 05 2500HD CC and they definitely do everything I need them to do.

https://www.dickcepek.com/tires/trail-country-exp