They're brand new, and most sizes aren't even available...that's why no one has them, and no reviews are available...also, looks like they're only available at certain places..kinda like a wal-mart version of a goodyear tire. I may be wrong though.
They look a lot like the Toyo H/T's, just without the two large grooves that run around the tire, nothing wrong with that though. They look pretty good and even come in the 275/70/18 size, nice! Looking forward to the reivew tthame1.
I love the tires so far. I've had them for a week and they drive great. Sidewalls are a good bit stiffer than the factory Goodyears, so the truck handles much better (only a little more bouncy). They're more aggressive looking than I expected, but I haven't had a chance to take them offroad yet. They don't seem to have had any impact on gas mileage.
I just had a set of 285/65R18 installed on my 2005 Titan. They are a 10 ply tire so pulling a trailer is not an issue. They are very stiff so I feel every bump in the road. I haven't hed them on the highway or offroad yet, just around town so far. They look great and really dressed up my truck. I'll post more as I learn more about them. Don't ask me what I paid though. I happened to get them for $50.00 each because a lady's son put them on her truck. She didn't like how aggressive they were so she went straight back to Tire Kingdom and had them changed out. I was at the right place at the right time.
Just put mine on last night and not a moment to soon (snowed here last night). Have not driven them that much but they look awesome. 275/70/18 on pro4x wheels got them used for 650.00 wheels and tires. Only had 1,000 miles on them. Thanks to Joe who is moving to London!!!! Post more reveiws after a good drive!
I had a set of 265/70/17's put on my 2007 CC 2 weeks ago. Went for a 200 mile drive to Orlando right after the install, pulling a Boy Scout trailer the whole way. I haven't had a problem at all. Ride well, fairly quiet, and look mildly aggressive. I'll post more as they get a little older...
I got a set of Crosstek HDs (because I haul a lot) in 275/70-18. They had one heck of a time getting them on the wheels. I asked why and they said because the tires are so stiff. They are super-heavy duty. They have a max pressure of 80psi. They look great and have very deep tread (should last a good 60k).
They are slightly stiffer so the ride is a bit rougher, but hey, it's a truck. They are HEAVY tires and I can definitely tell the difference in performance. But, for what I want/need (heavy load capacity and long tread life), they are fantastic.
Big thumbs up for the Crosstek. Had NTB put a set of 265/70 17's on my 05XC. Ride 100% better than the crappy Bridgestones that came stock. Two for one sale that required a front end alignment (included in deal) set me back $700.