4 Customer Reviews
2016 Chevrolet Colorado
Rain (Wet), Snow, Dry, Ice or Slush
Hauling/Towing, Off-Road/Unpaved, City/Highway, Highway/Freeway, City/Town
Original equipment on my Chevy Colorado. Have 50k on them, wearing very well. I commute daily, have taken several long trips, and some off road activity. Great handling on dry roads, no problem on snow. Recently experienced less traction and control on cold wet pavement even though I have plenty of tread left, as if the rubber became hard. I am very happy with them overall, and will be installing them again.
Rain (Wet), Dry
For the first week these had such bad traction I almost took them back. Dry or rain made little difference. They spun most of the time accelerating and slid sideways on entrance and exit ramps. I put about 400 miles per week on them, mostly interstates. The second week was better but still not acceptable. Since they improved I decided to give them another week. The third week was better. It was not until the 4th week that they finally behaved properly. Again, dry or rain makes littl...
2001 Chevrolet Suburban 2500
Rain (Wet), Dry
Hauling/Towing, City/Highway, Highway/Freeway
No cornering stiffness for first 100 miles, I thought they loosened my Ubolts when they put the tires on, truck felt like it was going to spin out! They gradually got better and drive fine after 300 or 400 miles.
2015 Ford F-150
Rain (Wet), Snow, Ice or Slush
Hauling/Towing, Off-Road/Unpaved, City/Highway
Tires came on a new 2015 F-150 XLT Crew cab. I tow a box trailer and haul in the truck bed. Tires are rotated every oil change at about 7000 miles. Never had to rebalance the wheels or tires. Current mileage 65700.