Constancy Ly788

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All-Terrain Passenger Light Truck/SUV tire.

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Overall rating
 
4.1
Dry Grip
 
4.0(1)
Wet Grip
 
4.0(1)
Snow/Ice
 
N/A(0)
Handling
 
4.0(1)
Comfort
 
4.5(1)
Noise
 
5.0(1)
Treadwear
 
3.0(1)
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Dealer had put 6 of these on my truck, new, for selling it. Was fine when I got it. Rode nice & was quite. Seemed like nice tires.
I don't drive frequently (not a daily driver). Mostly use for hauling large items from Home Depot, etc., or use it to pull my triple-axle 12,000 lb. boat trailer, or use with our 12' camper.
After driving it for about 2 years it started pulling to the right. Got more & more noticeable. After checking alignment, etc., to no avail I finally gave in and took it to have tires rotated & get checked out. I was shown that the tire belts were starting to fail on the right front tire, distorting the shape & making it pull right. Had to buy 2 Toyos. Tracked straight. Very happy with them.
Then, last week while driving back from Northern Calif. with the camper on, we blew-out the inside tire on the rear. It trashed wiring, the fender struts, wheel-well liner, and bent the fender up. The truck in now in the shop for over $3000 of repairs. The tire had plenty of tread & no cracks or aging. Blew right through the middle of the tread & the steel belts destroyed everything around it. That's 2 out of 6 dead in less than 20,000 miles.
Prior to this blowout, we had been driving on tight, twisty, mountain roads, with drop-offs often over a thousand feet over the edge. Fortunately this blew out on a straight-ish road after down from the mountain. Had it happened just 2 hours earlier, there's very likely I wouldn't be writing this and we'd be a bunch of RV debris in a gorge somewhere.
Overall rating
 
4.1
Dry Grip
 
4.0
Wet Grip
 
4.0
Snow/Ice
 
N/A
Handling
 
4.0
Comfort
 
4.5
Noise
 
5.0
Treadwear
 
3.0

Vehicle Info

Dodge
Ram 3500
2011
Vehicle info
Crew cab, long bed dually.

Driving Info

Driving Style
Easy Going
Driving Conditions
Combined Highway/City

Tire Info

Tread Width
235
Profile
80
Diameter
R17
Approximate Tire Mileage
14000
MI
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