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Just had these taken off my truck and replaced with some quieter highway/all-season tires.

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Will make club members a better price.

Let me know if interested or know someone who is.



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I would keep them and mount on a set of spare wheels. The highway tires may be OK for the first winter, but they aren't going to be as good as the Coopers for deep snow traction.

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Lost in the 60s wrote:

I would keep them and mount on a set of spare wheels. The highway tires may be OK for the first winter, but they aren't going to be as good as the Coopers for deep snow traction.


SOLD.

My son has the same tires on his Ford Escape and I've driven it in the winter and it did really well even being front wheel drive only.  I expect these to do fine with 4 wheel drive in the truck

I just put on about 100 miles this morning, and really like the ride quality and quietness.  We'll see after I get more miles on them, but happy so far. 



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Which highway tires did you get? My F150 is a street truck so I want a tire that provides good traction on pavement. I'm thinking of getting the continental tires particularly the CrossContact LX20. I also like the Michelin but they are a bit pricey.



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deyllan wrote:

Which highway tires did you get? My F150 is a street truck so I want a tire that provides good traction on pavement. I'm thinking of getting the continental tires particularly the CrossContact LX20. I also like the Michelin but they are a bit pricey.


Sorry, missed this one.  I ended up getting the Firestone Destination LE2 tires.  They totally transformed the truck's ride, and so far good wet traction.   



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