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My hardcore offroad days are over, still like some grip for the boat ramp. but most miles are on the paved road nowdays. Any reccommendations?
 

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I replaced the factory tires on my full size SUV with Continental TerrainContact with better offroad traction, better dry pavement braking, and to get a tire with decent traction in snow. Tires have a 60,000 mile tread wear warranty and full replacement during first 12 months of use. Zero tire noise at any speed on the highway. Tires in a 275/55 R20 size are rated for a load of 2833 lbs per tire.
 

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Or go read the customer reviews for the various tires at places like https://www.americastire.com/fitmentresult/tires?q=RECOMMENDATION_FILTER

You select the filters for the vehicle, type of driving, and then look at the list and see the customers' ratings for the tires. One area where AT tires vary a great deal is with regard to their performance on snow or in providing traction on wet roads (including braking distance).
 
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