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Initial Review, 41,000 Miles on Tires
June 05, 2009
Never trusted these tires in the rain, which is very important to me. At 40k miles rotated every 10k they are starting to show traction loss on dry pavement. Quite on the hwy but don't trust in the rain. Will not replace these on my truck.
Initial Review, 15,000 Miles on Tires
June 05, 2009
By far the worst tire I've ever had the misfortune of driving on. No real traction on anything - dry or wet (I live in FL so I haven't gotten to try the snow/ice). I just turned 15k miles and the wear indicators are already showing. I know I can be a bit heavy on the accelerator, but come on. I had a pair of General Grabber MTs on my '79 Bronco that lasted 50% longer that this. The wet season just started in FL again and I've actually slide around on roads twice now. I'll be putting on a pair of real tires, probably BFG ATs since they've never let me down, as soon as I can.
Initial Review, 550 Miles on Tires
May 24, 2009
The ride is OK, but steering wanders, especially in the rain. I have been wanting to get these tires off since day one and will as soon as I can convince the wife. As soon as I saw the B B for traction and temperature, now I really want 'em off. I also actually tried to put weight in the bed with these on. They ran hot and I am pretty nervous leaving them even more now. I don't even think these tires are rated high enough for any vehicle. I want to go bigger and wider and white letter, but want a realistically better handling tire. Too, to maintain any warranty, I am stuck with the size until the 100K extended warranty or 7 years comes along. The white letters are a better tire, but not to the level I want. I am thinking H rated or T at minimum. And of course A traction. The Pirelli P4000 is the best handler, but a bit rich for the blood. Tough call on replacement in this size, but I'll get either a Yokohama or BFG / Michelin product. When the warranty is out, I will go with probably a BFG white letter, 255/60/15's...The TRZ would be best overall replacement.( I have bought three sets of these for two other vehicles ). But dropping a boat in the water, one would want the Geolander. The BFG's have that appeal, while the Michelin's like always are the best, but you will pay for it.