They weren't on a Dodge but I don't think that really matters a whole lot. I got them from a local truck shop, who gets them from Tirerack I think (I just pay tax instead of shipping, plus support a local business). For 31/10.50-15's I paid around $120 each. Overall I've been very happy with these tires! They were a huge step up from the no-name tires I had on before. In the snow with a bit of weight in the back they were really good, so long as you weren't on ice (but really is anything good on ice?); very predictable. I never was able to get them to hydroplane nomatter how deep or fast I went through stuff. In dirt, so long as they had some weight on them they'd bite. Mud was good so long as you keep the tire speed up or they'll turn into slicks (I was actually surprised how well they did). I never tried lowering the air pressure though. And on the road, they're very quiet, much more quiet than my friend's BFG AT-KO's he's got on a very similar truck. They seem to wear well so long as you keep them rotated, though I've only had them for 8 months and about 10,000 miles. And they look cool too, if you keep your cornering speeds down they have a nice square look. Only 'problem' is that tire gel and stuff doesn't seem to like them, I can never get a uniform coat nomatter how much or little I put on or how well I scrub them beforehand. I wouldn't hesitate to get them again..if I didn't I might try the mud-terrains (though it would be a hard call between those and MT/R's as the price is identical). For what it's worth..
I have to agree with you there. They are very quiet tires, and no matter what, I can't break em loose, even going around a corner on wet pavement at 20 and flooring it. I could almost pull a 180 with my old tires doing that.
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