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Old 08-22-2014, 03:33 PM
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just bought an 05 f350 dually 6.0

Hi guys,

I've been around the forums for a while now but this is my first Dually diesel with 70k miles on it. The truck needs tires and I was wondering what tires are you guys running that are good in the Wyoming winter weather. I live in rock springs and I travel to Utah from time to time. I need something that is safe on the road.

I bought it in California and I'm driving it up to Wyoming today. Oil change was done at Ford and everything else seems to be working correctly.

I'm looking at the following tires based on reviews.
-Nitto terra grappler
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Old 08-28-2014, 03:37 PM
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Howdy! A lot of folks seem to like the michilin ms/2... my 06 dually came with the general ameritrac's which did real well on snow/ice, while I had zero problems, many folks don't like 'em.
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thanks Coolbeans!

I ended up buying the cooper discoverer st/ Maxx. Based o the reviews a lot of people had them on their dually and they do good on snow and ice. They are studdable and another reason why I chose them it's because they make them in 37s.
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Sounds excellent!
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