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|BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO||Reviewer's Overall Rating: 9.8|
2000 Chevrolet Silverado 4wd X-Cab
|Miles driven on tires:||75,000|
|Location:||Grand Rapids, MI|
Initial Review, 75,000 Miles on Tires
We have had these tires multiple times. The only problem now is the price of these tires they are great tires that last 60k+ miles yet when they get low on tread about 1/4 life left they have less traction on snow and wet than even at half life of the tire. We have had these in the mountains and the only reason we got stuck was high centering on a stump. If you have the means to buy these tires you will not be dissapointed. Also if you fill them to stock pressure the noise is higher and a stiffer ride so 5-10 psi less is good for regular driving yet tread life will be affected. The tires are also hard compund and wear slowly for the first half of their tread life then it seems to increase in tread wear more quickly (the first half is usually about 40-50k miles. These tires also work best if you have a locking rear differential because they can work together and have the best traction possible.