Do you have any pics that you can post up? I would love to see how they look on your truck. The nitto tires on my 20" fx4 rims is what I am leaning towards.2011 FX4 came with 275/55R20 Pirelli Scorpions as well and I consider them poor at best. Their wet and dry grip was average at best and their off-road grip almost non-existent. At 28k miles I replaced them with Nitto Terra Grapplers which have proven to be AMAZING tires. Granted, I've only got a few hundred miles on them, and upgraded to 275/65R20's after dropping a 2.5-inch leveling kit onto the front of the truck, but their grip, wet/dry and off-road is amazing. IF, and that's a big if, you can get them to chirp, they deliver a really impressive low growl unlike the Pirelli that could be broken free almost at will even with the traction control on. As long as the Nitto's deliver 30k miles, I'll consider them a MASSIVE improvement. Only time, and mileage, will tell I guess.
...Dont think they'll be my first choice next time I buy tires, but I am happy with them, no legitimate complaints. ...
Actually I have been looking at some Cooper's. I've been told some good things about them, so I am checking them out for my next "replacement tire".LOL Pirelli's arent made for off road, if your going there get some BFG's or Mickey T's...
Well that sucks. Do you remember which particular product?I had a set of coopers on my F-350 and would never own another set. Poor traction and poor wear.
I don't remember what the name of the Coopers was. They were an LT tire. Very poor traction and didn't wear well either.Well that sucks. Do you remember which particular product?
I know that I had some real bad luck with some Pirelli's a few years back (the tread separated on each tire, one tire at a time). Eventually I just threw the whole set out and vowed never to buy another set.
I had two sets of Bridgstone Dueler Revo 2 AT on my F-350 and really like them. I'll put them on my "Boostie" as soon as the Goodyears are worn down more.So Wayne, what tire do you lean to for Summer Highway use and Off-Road use? I have gone with Hankook RW11s for my winter tires. I had Hankooks before on a car and they gave me good traction in snow & ice; even when stopped on a hill. So I was willing to give them a try again.
In the past, I have leaned to Michelins but they ticked me off. I had a brand new set of four just one summer season on our car and picked up a nail in the side wall. Unfortunately, Michelin stopped making that particular brand of tire and I could not find a single in the correct size anywhere, they even checked various warehouses across Canada. They wanted me to buy a minimum two new tires and preferably four new tires.
So I am a bit ticked at Michelin right now.