I'm not a fan of Michelin. I've had several sets (original equipment). To get the mileage out of their tires, they go with harder rubber compounds. I find them inadequate, in general, in rain, ice, snow. Also, they tend to have few voids in the tread pattern making them more subject to hydroplaning.
I've had great luck with Wranglers; also Nokian (awesome tire), BFG, and Bridgestone Duelers.
Nokian would be my favorite tire.
2012 F150 FX4 Ecoboost, 2016 Surveyor 274BHS
2003 Yamaha FJR1300, Demco Premiere Slider
1969 John Deere 1020, 1940 Ford 9N, 1948 Ford 8N
Jonsered 535, Can of WD-40, Duct Tape
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