Originally Posted by ol78cj
well my daily driver/tow rig for jeeps,boats and junk is finally due for new shoes...i am running bald 235/80/17 General Grabber At 2's and i really want another set of those very badly they have been a awesome tire and i have gotten close to 43k out of them i cant believe they lasted that long on a solid front axel 4x4 dually....well the bad news is i keep seeing my current tires on national back order untill ??? i was curious what you guys are running on your dually trucks and how you `like them etc.etc.etc any help would be great i am just wonderin what all everybody else has going on w/ their tow rig tire wise? thanks!!
I had a Chevy Silverado Crew cab dually 4x4 that I ran 315/75/r16 Goodyear MTR's. I pulled a 38ft Powerquest 4-5 times a year and they were great. A little loud as they wear out for highway use. Never any issues with those tires.
I would highly recommend Toyo Open Country AT's, load range E for your dually. I have these on my 3/4 ton Sub and have over 48k on them. They are quiet and excellent in wet weather and snow. Great traction when you head towards the trails. You will not be disappointed.