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It's time to change my F-150's tires. I'm looking for some advice or any helpful experiences with a good replacement to better handle off-road, winter conditions, hauling the snow bikes, yet be quiet enough for summer highway driving. Don't want to spare any expense as my annual driving only amounts to 10,000 KMs (6K miles) and I'm likely to replace them based on age rather than mileage one day. Need good snow traction especially given potential to get stuck while parking in our discrete, secret area 61. Any suggestions based on actual experience would be much appreciated.

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Old 09-07-2018, 07:54 AM
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Toyo R/ts - siped
Nitto ridge grapplers

Both tires super smooth and quite with great traction
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I've had good luck with Bridgestone Revo s. Pretty decent all around tire.

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I run winter tires year round. Blizzaks or toyo observes. They don't last as long but nothing is better in snow. I tow my sled trailer with a rwd and a set of toyo observes on the back. I usually rotate them to the front and put a new pair on the back each fall. Way better than stud's.
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Goodyear Duratracs and get them siped

They are the best tires I've run
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cooper discoverer AT3, have them on winter and summer rims. good wet traction, quiet, good fuel mileage, good tread life mileage, usually have rebates available every few months. Ski

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BFG AT KO2. sever winter rated. 3 ply sidewalls. (who else has that?). so you can air these down significantly for tons more traction if needed without the worry of slicing a sidewall. if your one of those who will pull teeth out before airing down your tires then Goodyear duratracs will do just fine.
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Not sure how this is a snowbike topic, but whatever....
Define quiet enough in the summer. Totally subjective.
If you want the best winter traction, either dedicated snow/ice tires, possibly studded.
Very close second is a mud tire, siped. Pick your flavor.
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