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TMClauss I have a 1999 Ram Sport 4x4 currently with Goodyear 265/75R16 RT/S on it. I want to put on larger tires because the 265/75s look pretty small on such a large truck. I was leaning toward ATs of some type. Any suggestions or recommendations on brand or size without adding a lift? dukegerritt don't waste your time with goodyear their name makes me laugh and pass wind at the same time they have never had a goodyear and thr quality of rubber and tread patterns in wet weather driving for all wrangler series
ONLY- suck real bad do yourself a favor buy pirelli scorpion at 265/75/16 they look great cost under 100 bucks at SEARS and last 30% longer and track at least 50% better -- as an owner of a 2000 ram quad cab 4x4 I know and have trusted pirelli enough to outfit all 13 of my fleet trucks with them
TMClauss I went with BF Goodrich A/T KO 285/75R16. I got a good deal on them at Sears. The size up from the Goodyear 265/75R16 RT/S makes a difference. The A/T KO's look good and handle pretty well. They fill the wheel wells and look better than the Goodyears I had on there originally. I looked at the Pirelli Scorpions and the tread just did not look tough enough. While I was at Sears though I got a really good deal on the BF Goodrich A/T KO's.
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