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Old 07-09-2015, 01:45 PM   #21
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good to hear. You'll want to get that cupping issue resolved before damaging a new set of tires. The only drawback is that if they do fix anything, the cupping will not go away on the existing tires. You won't hear the difference until you get the new tires.

I wish you the best on this!
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Old 07-09-2015, 08:37 PM   #22
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I only got 33k miles out of my OEM Bridgestone Deulars - crap tires.
Went with Michelin LTX MS'2s from Discount Tire. Very happy with them.
Run the back ones at 40psi when towing.
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Old 07-09-2015, 08:55 PM   #23
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Just before we left on our 5400 mile round trip to Ohio, put new Yokohama tires on the Sport Trac.

No problems.

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Old 07-09-2015, 10:19 PM   #24
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On our '10-Silverado 1500 I put a set of Cooper A/T3's LRC on and was very happy with them. No more stock p rated "wiggle" when towing, and great traction in the winter!!! Never had an issue with them at all in any conditions (never tried mudding with them though). With a 50 or 55k mi (can't remember at the moment) tread warranty!!!

They beat out the BFG due to price, and never regretted the decision. They were about $300 cheaper if I remember right.

Can't give a full life report as we only had them 11k mi before stepping up to the 2500HD.

Buddy has a set of the Toyo Open Country AT II's and is very happy with them also. He has the Xtreme model.
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Old 07-09-2015, 11:15 PM   #25
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I have have sAme size tire on my f150 I have the general tire grabber at2 e rated. Very happy so far with on / off road and heavy towing. Very good reviews on this tire and reasonably priced. I would definitely go LT and e rated if your towing at max or close to 7500 lbs plus.
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I have have sAme size tire on my f150 I have the general tire grabber at2 e rated. Very happy so far with on / off road and heavy towing. Very good reviews on this tire and reasonably priced. I would definitely go LT and e rated if your towing at max or close to 7500 lbs plus.
I just ordered a set of these Thursday will have installed Saturday morning. I also read a lot of good reviews on them.
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You can train the sensors to accept a higher pressure.

Can you reply how or pm me. My ford tech seemed like he did not understand how to do it
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Actually, as long as you use the same sensors that are on it, you won't have to retrain them. As long as pressure is same front to rear and you put the sensors back in their original orientation (LF,RF,LR,RR), there shouldn't be a problem. The BCM (Body Control Module) should recognize original equipment. What I DID NOT know was, they have to be trained at the dealer. Some Ford vehicles come with a training remote, but not yours.
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I had upgraded to LTs on my last truck (09 Sierra) and when i got my new (15 sierra) they have the P tires...can't wait to replace them with LT's again.

I would agree that the P and LT tires of days gone by are different, but i could tell a noticable difference when I had the LT's on the truck. just my 2 cents
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I've been very happy with the Firestone Transforce HT tires on my half ton truck.

I wouldn't put anything other than LT tires on a pickup.
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