Discussion in 'Vehicles, Boats, Campers, & ATVs' started by Refugee man, Jul 7, 2020.

  1. Refugee man

    Refugee man Well-Known Member

    Does anybody have any recommendations on tires that are cheaper than nittos and Toyos That aren’t cheap Chinese junk?
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  2. Allenn

    Allenn Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    I’ve got around 50k miles on federal Mt’s on a couple different vehicles and they balance good. No idea where they are made
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  3. jackie53

    jackie53 Well-Known Member

    Walmart, I don't like Walmart BUT..Have tried other Tires..Name Brand..

    Walmart has a Truck Tire they don't Advertise but are unreal on price,Warranty,
    And Wear...

    Think they are Called General Tires..Have to ask..And they will say o yes..Let me show you..Don't know why..
    Don't know where they are made..Best wearing Tire..For me..Get the highest ply you can Afford..
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    N8HARNER Well-Known Member

    I’ve had good luck out of my mastercrafts and they are reasonably priced.
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  5. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    German company. The parent company is Continental. Tires are made in the USA. Not exclusive to Walmart as they are sold everywhere from Pep Boys to Big O tires.

    I ran a lot of them back before I got a truck. Never tried their truck tires.
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    N8HARNER Well-Known Member

    Walmart tires and marlin guns. I bet you drive a dodge too.
  7. JAYBO

    JAYBO Well-Known Member

    Hankook dynapros have held up well on my diesel.
  8. rphill

    rphill Well-Known Member

    Hancook Dynapro you almost can't wear them out. Not cheap but worth the $.
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  9. Punkinseed

    Punkinseed Well-Known Member

    Se ark
    Metoo. Idk where they make em?
  10. N8HARNER

    N8HARNER Well-Known Member

  11. jackie53

    jackie53 Well-Known Member

  12. sam

    sam Grand Member

    Mastercraft Courser CXT (10ply). I'm running my 3d set of them. I got 65,000 & 70,000 miles out of the last 2 sets, at least a third of those miles pulling a trailer with lots of gravel road driving, too. The first set I only got to put 20,000 on them when the truck got totaled. Never had a flat on any of them, except for the left front tire on the truck I wrecked and that was because of the wreck. I got to buying them because the pipeline guys were running them around here during the natural gas drilling days, my SIL was a pipeline inspector and they were rough on tires, it's what they used. Cooper makes them.
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