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Need a recommendation for a decent set of tires. Looking in the 31-32" area. Nothing special and not trying to break the bank. Rim size is 16x8 ZQ8 wheels
 
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https://www.treadwright.com/p-115-28...m-t-b2b-d.aspx

There recaps but have the same warranty as regular tires and cheaper. Look in to them and research, you may be suprised
 
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I checked those out before but the people buying my truck have a newborn and i dont trust retreads enough to put them on the truck
 
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I respect your decision, but did you know that all school buses, mail service and military vehicles use retreads? Also airplanes, fire engines and ambulances. And your being green. Sorry, I wont lecture you about them anymore
 

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I had a set of Pro Comp ATs a while back. Dirt cheap, wore well, quiet and great in the snow. Horrible in the mud though...
 
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here ya go.

Right at 31.5" tall. 60K mileage warranty, and still under $600 so far.

And here is a all terrain,

I have these ^^ on my 04 CC, loved every mile with em so far. (6k miles and 11 months, I'm running them in 235/75/15 though.)

55k mile warranty, and not much more then the HT
 
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Originally Posted by Blazin00LT View Post
here ya go.

Right at 31.5" tall. 60K mileage warranty, and still under $600 so far.

And here is a all terrain,

I have these ^^ on my 04 CC, loved every mile with em so far. (6k miles and 11 months, I'm running them in 235/75/15 though.)

55k mile warranty, and not much more then the HT
I can vouch for the mileage warranty on those Discoverer AT3's. My brother runs those on his F350 diesel pulling a 16,000 trailer, and putting almost 2,000 miles on per month. He's been through 4 sets of them and always gets around 55,000 miles. They have great traction in all conditions too.

I'm a big fan of Cooper tires. I have Cooper Zeon LTZ's on my Dango and absolutely love them. My wife loves that she gets compliments on them from guys in parking lots all the time.
 
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... My wife loves that she gets compliments on them from guys in parking lots all the time.
Chattin her up about the tires huh?
 
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Chattin her up about the tires huh?
Yep. It doesn't bother me. I know how to keep her happy.
 
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Originally Posted by Blazin00LT View Post
here ya go.

Right at 31.5" tall. 60K mileage warranty, and still under $600 so far.

And here is a all terrain,

I have these ^^ on my 04 CC, loved every mile with em so far. (6k miles and 11 months, I'm running them in 235/75/15 though.)

55k mile warranty, and not much more then the HT
Ding ding...those will do just fine. Thanks bro
 

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