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2004 F-150, not a huge fan of this truck but I need new tires for it.

I only put a few thousand miles on this truck every year.  It's basically the boat puller, ice fishing machine, weekend adventure mobile.  In the summer it pulls a 17 foot fishing boat, mostly to the launch on the river 5 miles away but occasionally a trip up north.  In the fall/winter, it gets more mileage headed up north for hunting and ice fishing.  

I'm looking for some recommendations on tires considering what I use it for.  Looking for good traction in the winter or through snow, but still good for road/towing use.  Wear/longetivity is always a consideration, but the minimal miles per year plays into that equation as well.  Not looking for two sets of tires for this thing.  

Basically, I'm looking for a good all around tire, considering that the sidewall is likely going to crack and rot before I burn the tread down.

  

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here is a thread I just made on here a few months ago basically asking the same thing:

I went with the Goodyear's so far been a great road tire. Haven't got to really work them yet off road. Didn't hurt my MPG at all either.

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Easy one. Cooper AT/W's. All year, all terrain, winter rated.  These tires rock in the winter. Not a full blown snow tire, but hard to tell the difference.

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Goodyear Wrangler All-Terain Adventure.

You just missed our month long buy 3 get one free tire deal.

Goodyear has a $140 mail in rebate if you put them on your goodyear credit card by the end of this month.

4 hours ago, delcecchi said:

Road Runner from Fleet Farm?

I wouldn't put those on my push mower!!! :o

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20 hours ago, Kidd said:

Michelin LTX.  I have been putting them on my trucks for years.  Great traction and ride quite. 

 

I love Michelins.  But they seemed like overkill for a few thousand miles per year. 

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