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I'm looking for new tires for my 2010 chevy silverado LT Z71. I live in Winnipeg Manitoba where we have a lot of snow in winter and hot humid temps in summer. Looking for something with off road capability and all weather. Was looking at the Yokohama Geolander. Anyone have them?
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Some here have had experience with Pirelli Scorpion ATR’s. Can’t say about the Yokohmas
 

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Canadian Tire sells Cooper tires at good prices; and Cooper makes the rebranded Motor Master tires the CTC sells under their own brand.
 

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Thanks for the info. Yes, I had Cooper Tires on other truck, they rode well but didn't last long. Good price though.
 

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We purchased a set of nexen roadian a/t ties for our tahoe last year and have been very pleased. I prefer them over Cooper.
 
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I have the Cooper Discoverer AT3. Second truck I've had them on. They work great and last long. Extremely happy with them.
 

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I'm looking for new tires for my 2010 chevy silverado LT Z71. I live in Winnipeg Manitoba where we have a lot of snow in winter and hot humid temps in summer. Looking for something with off road capability and all weather. Was looking at the Yokohama Geolander. Anyone have them?
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Just look for All Season tires with 3 mountain snowflake symbol Here are some:
BF Goodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT
Goodyear Assurance Weatherready
Michelin Crossclimate+

Also, a new category called All-Weather tires, can be used all year around but are more geared to snow and cold weather, whereas some All-Season tires are more geared toward rain and wet roads. In this category look at:
Vredestein Quatrac 5
Toyo Celsius CUV
Nokian WR G4

And you can always look at TireRack on the web and they have good reviews and ratings.
 

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Some here have had experience with Pirelli Scorpion ATR’s. Can’t say about the Yokohmas
I am one of the pirelli scorpion runners/fans. Not a lot of snow out here, so no experience there, other than with chains and worked great. Mixed reviews in the snow belt so read the reviews for yourself.
 

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Nexen HP-I have found them great in snow here in Utah.
 
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