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Old 01-10-2014, 09:14 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by hockey dad View Post
2011 F350 6.7, replaced the stock Michelins with Nitto Terra Grappler's (18"). Huge improvement!! The Michelin's sucked in snow, mud, and anything other than dry pavement. But, with 800 ft/lbs of torque, it's hard to get any tire to stick!
+1. We did these on our F250. Loved them.

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Old 01-19-2014, 07:16 PM   #22
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Tire Rack has great service with the survey results and rate most of the popular brands for different weather and drivign condition. I have bought tires from them and also used the survey results to puchase same tire locally

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Old 01-23-2014, 06:08 PM   #23
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I had the terra grapplers on my 2010 f250 and thought they sucked in the snow! I use the truck for plowing and got stuck in 4wd with those things just sliding away. Im a big fan of trying to keep things stock, but the original Goodyears wore out so fast it was a dissappointment. I just replaced the terra grapplers with another set of goodyears, but these are the new ones with Kevlar. They have a winter snpow rating and the same warranty as the Michelins. These things grab like nails in the snow, way better than my brother in laws new f250 thats riding on michelins. And I feel better knowing I have kevlar in them side walls when I bump a curb plowing. Some people complain they ride rougher, but I didnt see any difference over the terra grapplers. Although I ride like a brick with the helper springs as it is.

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