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Hey everyone... I need to change the tires on my titan. Goodyear sucks. They only lasted me 60,000 kms. What type of tire would you guys recommend, the truck is a daily driver and I have the 18 stock rims on it. Also I was curious what is the largest tire I can fit without any mods. Tallest and widest, will it cause any problems? I was looking for something aggressive but good wear and quite tire.
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Do the Dueler Revos at 285/70/18. They're about an inch taller overall, and a bit wider. They get great reviews. They should tuck under without a worry.
 

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Mueen said:
Hey everyone... I need to change the tires on my titan. Goodyear sucks. They only lasted me 60,000 kms. What type of tire would you guys recommend, the truck is a daily driver and I have the 18 stock rims on it. Also I was curious what is the largest tire I can fit without any mods. Tallest and widest, will it cause any problems? I was looking for something aggressive but good wear and quite tire.
Thanks everyone
Thats over 37,000 miles on the Goodyears, you're complaining?
 

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Mueen said:
Hey everyone... I need to change the tires on my titan. Goodyear sucks. They only lasted me 60,000 kms. What type of tire would you guys recommend, the truck is a daily driver and I have the 18 stock rims on it. Also I was curious what is the largest tire I can fit without any mods. Tallest and widest, will it cause any problems? I was looking for something aggressive but good wear and quite tire.
Thanks everyone
check out the Mickey Thompson ATZ. The highway model. the one with the center lug pattern. i just put a set on my titan an couldnt be happer. these tires are as quit as the stock tires but way more tread depth and are a 10 ply. u run them at at least 50 psi cold. tread ware on this model is also greater then the stock bfg. go to there web site an take a peak.


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Another vote for the Bridgestone Revos!! I have them and love them!!!
 

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Depends on the driving conditions. The Revos are always a popular choice. Goodyear has the Tripletread, which is a popular selection. Good low-cost options would be the General Grabber AT2, Yokohama GO51, Firestone Destination LE or AT.

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I have a buddy who runs the AT on his Toyota SUV and he likes them allot. Were here in Michigan (right on the border), so it can get pretty nasty, but he likes them
 
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