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    Default Bridgestone Tires - Replacement Tires

    My original tires, which now have 60,000 miles on them are Bridgestone AT's or Ht's and they have always had cupping and noise issues. But guess what? They always stayed round and I have had zero vibration issues. Plus they still have pretty good tread for 60,000 miles!

    Looking at buying some new tires for my 2004 Silverado 4WD with the Z71 package. Most of my driving is on road but I have to deal with Michigan winters. Has anybody out there had any experience with the Bridgestone DUELER A/T REVO 2 Tires?

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    I have a set and love them... They are quiet and i have not had a single cupping issue with them. I only have about 10K miles on them. They also have a great ride..... I highly reccomend them..
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    I put them on my 04 1500 crew and loved them. That is what I will replace my stockers on my Burban with as well. I always go with the the higher D load rating to give more stability while towing. Good luck with your choice.

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    I'm on Wrangler MT/R's Kevlar. I'm only getting 40-45k on a set, but no flat tires yet. I punish my tires with a lot of offroad excursions into stuff that just kills most tires. They are noisy, so unless you need the puncture resistance of Kevlar, choose something with a more moderate tread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhonydeep View Post
    My original tires, which now have 60,000 miles on them are Bridgestone AT's or Ht's and they have always had cupping and noise issues. But guess what? They always stayed round and I have had zero vibration issues. Plus they still have pretty good tread for 60,000 miles!

    Looking at buying some new tires for my 2004 Silverado 4WD with the Z71 package. Most of my driving is on road but I have to deal with Michigan winters. Has anybody out there had any experience with the Bridgestone DUELER A/T REVO 2 Tires?
    I have them on my truck and have run about all the tread off them. They still pulled me thru the snow this last winter and have had no problems with them. I run them on the highway and they still run smooth. I'm either going to get another set or go with BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A or Mud Terrain T/A. Still searching tires and prices.
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    Revos get good reviews, but I have personally had fantastic results with the Michelin X LT Radial. Best tire I ever drove in the snow, not counting true snow tires with studs. Put 60K on a set, rotated them once. Still pass inspection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2COR517 View Post
    Revos get good reviews, but I have personally had fantastic results with the Michelin X LT Radial. Best tire I ever drove in the snow, not counting true snow tires with studs. Put 60K on a set, rotated them once. Still pass inspection.
    see what is interesting i have never had a set of Michelins that i liked.. The set that was on my F-150 were those tires and i couldnt find traction period.. Interesting how different people have different results with some tires though...
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    The Revo's are great tires. I have heard great things about them. My friend had them on his 02 2500 Silverado and absolutely loved them compared to the Firestone Steeltex he had before that.
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    Get the BFG T/A KO.....it's the best All Terrain Tire made.

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