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Hey i need new tires on my titan and am looking for some feedback on which ones to go with.I figured this was the best place to go to get some feedback thanks for your help!
 

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What are your needs?

Do you offroad? Street queen?

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daily driver work light off road im thinkin an all terrain
 

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I've currently running Firestone Destination AT's; they have served me well and are a great price. I'm considering the Kumho SAT KL61 next time, because they are blackwall in the size I run; they seem very similiar to the Destinations.
 

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After two sets of toyo at's and a set of nitto terra's, I like the terra's better. Both are great tires though
 

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Loving my Hankook DynaPro ATM RF10's. They wear like a rock (meaning they are wearing very well/slowly) and do no produce much noise for an all terrain tire.
 

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x2 on the Destination AT's
 

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Does it snow where your at? Ether way get the DuraTracs.
 

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I really love my Goodyear Duratracs. I have always been a BFG AT guy but I am officially sold on my Duratracs
 

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For highway use, I recommend the Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza, I've had them for three years and 40k and they look like they could make at least another 15K, great wet traction and good ride.
 

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The Falken Wildpeak is an A/T tire that is getting a lot of buzz. Three professional reviews that I read really liked them. My current tires still have a lot of miles left in them but when I am ready I will take a hard look at the Wildpeaks.
 

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I liked the Pathfinder A/Ts when I was stock. It's a Discount Tire brand. Low price, good quality. Try checking out rimzoneonline.com. I bought my XD/Nitto Trails off this site and it was the cheapest I found anywhere. No in store dealer could match the price (I think I saved $300 off the lowest any in store dealer offered).
 

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After two sets of toyo at's and a set of nitto terra's, I like the terra's better. Both are great tires though
Why do you like the nitto's better? Just curious, I have the toyo's and they've been great. I have 2 friends that purchased the nitto's and both said they don't like them. They both said the nitto feels like the sidewall's are way too stiff. They told me they get more bounce in the truck. I don't know what tires they had on before, but was interesting how they both said the same thing.
 

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Does it snow where your at? Ether way get the DuraTracs.
I really love my Goodyear Duratracs. I have always been a BFG AT guy but I am officially sold on my Duratracs
x3 on the Duratracs. They're considered an AT tire but have the look of a mud tire. Extremely quiet too.
 

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daily driver work light off road im thinkin an all terrain
I recommend the Falken Ziex ST-04's. for what you describe. Deep tread, mud and snow rated. Not a heavy off road tire.

I've had BFG AT/KO's for off road use and they don't wear out. Finally replacing my first set at 75,000 miles.
 

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I really like my Cooper Discoverer ST maxx. I've got about 1,200 miles on them...mostly towing my travel trailer. They are an E rated tire. Aggressive looking without the noise. I haven't had them in the mud, but they are good in the dry and the rain.

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