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Old 07-19-2015, 07:27 PM   #1
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good towing truck tires non-dually

I drive a Ford F-250 super duty 2011 diesel truck that is a non-dually and am towing a Jayco 2015 pinnacle RSQS and I need new truck tires. Any suggestions?
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I love my Firestone TransForce AT
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Old 07-20-2015, 12:18 PM   #3
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Michelin LTX M/S2 is what we have on our Diesel trucks (three GMC 2500's and one Ford F250). We put about 20,000 miles a year on each truck dragging equipment back and forth to different farms.
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I like my Goodyear Wrangler silent armors. They are quieter than what the thread looks like they should be.
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If you have 18", Cooper Discoverer HT-3, the 245/70/18 has a load rating of 3,640
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I love my Firestone TransForce AT
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Another vote for Michelin here. Im running AT2s on my f250 now. They are E rated and I got 70k on them now and I believe they might make it to 90k.

My dad runs ltx michelins on his f350 dually and he always gets close to 100k out of his tires. I also run them on our crew cab dually service truck f350, but they only last about 80k on it because its loaded constantly.

Guess Im a michelin cheer leader lol.
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I'll vote for the Michelin LTX M/S2 also. Put a set on our last Tundra, and they wore great, were quiet, and great in snow, if your TV is a four season rig.
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