Pickup tires

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  1. Cooter/MN

    Cooter/MN Grizzled Veteran

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    Looking to put some new rubber on my 2020 F150. I’ve narrowed it down to Falken Wildpeak AT3W and General Grabber ATX. Living in ND, winter performance is an important consideration. Any of you have experience with these you could share? Thanks!
     
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    I have the ATX on my truck in the spring, summer, and fall. They look great and are relatively quite on sound. I switch them out in the winter for the Grabber arctics which have ran great on ice and snow. I Will choose to keep buying them over the Goodyears and Toyos I’ve had in the past. Thumbs up from me!
     
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    Grabber at are my favorite.
     
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    I have Generals on my truck, tires these days do not last for more than 50,000 miles.
     
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    They perform ok in snow/ice?
     
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    Yep I don't off road but drive to work thru snow covered roads all winter, they never let me down.
     
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    those are good tires, esp. the Grabbers, but Ive been a Cooper Tire fan for a while now w/Discover AT3's ... they are a true 60,000 mile tire ... tough, good tread wear, good in snow or off road or wet roads ....
     
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