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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Wheels & Tires Forum [GEN 1]' started by KRock4x4, Aug 9, 2019.

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  1. HORN HIGH ACES

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    Those Yoko x-at's are exactly what I was looking for, but came out about 6 months too late!
     
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    Maxxis Rzr MT are reallly good tires and hardly any road noise. Will be releasing the Maxxis RZR AT sometime 3rd Qtr this year.
     
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    Have you checked out the new BFG KM3's? I just bought 4 after riding on some. The street manners are really responsive and quiet, and off-road, when you air down they are incredible. Besides that, they look killer! Everyone I know who has them loves them.

    I bought 35x12.5-R17 on some Method Mesh wheels. Pretty pumped to get them installed.
     
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    Goodyear Duratrac work good in Mud Snow Rain and seem to last.
     
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    I've been running the Goodyear Duratrac tires on both my 2013 Raptor and previous F150 4X4. A whole lot quieter than the MT Bajas that were on my Beast before and run great in the snow, on ice and off road. I live in Colorado and have been hitting most of the offroad passes out here. Good grip on high mountain roads on and off the pavement. Ran them out in Vegas back in November and was happy out in the desert too.
     
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    Has anyone come across a similar size tire still with the C load rating? Last I looked there wasn't anything other than stock, others were D or higher.

    I just haul work tools and ladders on the regular. I tried the E rated Continentals and they were queiter, but stiff as f###, even aired down to 30 psi. I have about 20k on my latest set of stock tires, the ride is amazing, but they're getting a little loud on the highway.

    Anyone know of anything that rides as good and quiet as the stockers?
     
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    I'm about an hour south of Portland. I'll check it out. Thanks!
     
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    I have the M/T's on my truck, my UTV, and my subaru. Excellent tire.
     

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