00Silverado· Later, Tony
I just wish they made them in a 285/75... I have the 265's on my truck and the 245's on our suburban. They do alright in light mud too. Plus I actually feel safe on the road when its raining, unlike my piece of shit firestoneshovisimo said:OK i'll go try it again
michelblings are the only tires i buy. the LTX A/Ts are nice, great in the snow and they'll last forever, but dry traction (esp. in the rear) is less than desireable because they're so narrow, but much better than the P-rated goodyears that came with the truck. first mod i did was get rid of them.
Yeah, I nearly got the 285 BFG AT, but I didnt have the cash for a programmer at the time, so I didnt Oh well, Michelins:rocking:hovisimo said:yeah 285s would be nice. i'd go with BFG if i needed a 285 all terrain, they're made by michelin.