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33400 miles and it is time for new tires


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We took a trip out to Colorado for Jenn's Granddads funeral and ended up driving.   Encountered a spike in a field and ended up having to use the spare.   

 

I was already planning on getting some new tires as I doubt the stock firestones will be any good in the winter.    I noted these on craigslist in colorado springs and asked a friend to go pick them up for me.  

 

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I am going to Get some Cooper AT3 XLT's put on next week.   

 

Hopefully I can find another semi worn firestone to throw on the stock rims as a backup, but I am excited to see these on the truck.  I will update with pictures next week.

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little hard to see but wheels and tires mounted up.

 

4 x cooper at3 XLT's and a 3/4 worn tire to replace the one I had with a hole in it for $1100 mounted and balanced.  

 

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LOL... Stock tires are typically pretty weak for distance running typically. I think I only got about 25k out of the Mitchellins back in the day. I managed to get two flat instantly out firewood hauling. When you have them omunted up and all I'd like to see what you got for tires for size and pattern.

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