Offers better grip than most all-terrain vehicles due to the alternating tread pattern on the surface of the tire. Tread compound is extra thick to resist punctures and general wear and tear while in use. Tread block arrangement reduces tire noise. Great for everyday use.
Creates a large amount of noise during high speed highway travel.
Tire design maximizes highway performance while decreasing rolling resistance at highway speeds. Increases fuel efficiency. Good-looking, with a smooth ride. Tire size matches most factory tires, making it a great replacement or spare.
Sidewalls tend to separate after a while.
Comes with a 60,000 mile warranty for the tread life. Tire tread lugs are higher than normal, providing more surface area to wear down before losing performance and traction. Channels are wide to shed water and snow. Good tires that will last a long time with proper maintenance.
Do not last as long as other all-terrain tires.
Combines good looks and performance. Extra bulky tread lugs do a good job of biting into wet terrain like mud for extra traction and control. Unique shoulder lugs help improve cornering for better control over turns. Offers enhanced tire comfort.
Heavy-duty tread pattern can increase rolling resistant and decrease general highway performance.
Tight lug spacing helps to reduce rolling resistance. Increases fuel efficiency and overall performance for larger trucks. Tread design breaks up loose terrain and road debris for better traction. handles snow and mud well.
Tires do not perform well when pulling heavy loads and trailers.
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