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i just put them on mine last week. look great. nice tread. went from a 265/70/17 up to a 285/70/17. nice. took my first highway travel yesterday. noticed the truck did shift or wander to the side alittle. but overall, i love them. now, lets see how they wear.
I have a few thousand miles on mine and they are nice. Just curious if that's what was causing the funny feeling on the street. My truck has 133k and the prev owner didn't replace any front end parts, so wasn't sure if I had worn steering parts
i have them and like them, kinda loud as they wear down but to be expected. if you haven't had mud tires before they take a little getting used to cause they are softer and tend to squirm a little. But you'll get used to it, it just comes with the downfalls of wanted an aggresive tire.
2004.5 2500 CC SB Volant CAI, 4" magnaflow, no cat, 305/70 MTR's
I had them on my truck, o6 with 2 inch level kit with Bilstein 5100 shocks. Actually drove better than stock setup. Maybe just my truck, but could be toe in or alignment problem with yours. Mine rode smoother and straighter with the Hankook 315/70/17 tires.
I have had the 315/70-17's on my 2nd gen now for about 5000 miles and love 'em. Fairly quiet for being as aggressive as they are. I haven't noticed anymore wander or loose feeling on the road. But I also just replaced my track bar and got an alignment before I put them on, I also had them siped. I don't know if that makes much of a difference though.
1998 12 valve QCLB 4x4
2011 Ford F350 CCLB Lariat
SOLD - 1995 12 Valve CCLB 4x4
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