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I got 4 of these ROAD FORCE BALANCED yesterday! - My Hankooks only had 19,485 on them (Oh well) - I feel like I have a brand new truck again.
https://continentaltire.com/tires/terraincontact-at

Quiet, Great wet stopping distance, fairly aggressive tread. So far so good. This is what I wanted.
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Only drawback - they are 3 pounds heavier than the Hankooks.

Also: I bought an OEM Grey 20" Wheel and had one of the old Hankooks on there. I told them to toss/recycle the 18" Steelie spare with the 500 mile rating.
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Full Size Spare - with 20K Hankook - This a factory 20" dark grey alloy wheel -SAME as the others.

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Following. I am looking to ditch my factory Hankook Dynapro AT2 20s soon. They are way too slippery in the snow and even get squirrelly with any acceleration in the rain. Please update your feelings on them after you test them in rain etc
 

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They're a good looking tire. Good riding as well. I ran a set of these on my 2015 and really liked them.
 

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Following here as well. I'm on my 2nd set of Hankooks (72K miles on the truck) and the more aggressive tread interests me, but I love how quiet the Hankooks are.
These are just as quiet. Very quiet. I think tire rack rated them at 9.0 for quietness.
I had them up to 90mph this am and no noise! I did not want loud tires either!
 

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These handle great in the rain. Not much more noise if any at all also. I have found no drawbacks with them. I am 100% happy with them and when the time comes, I will be getting them again.
 
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Yes, Terrian Contact A/T. Original size.
 

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2nd set for me, just Fitted my new wheels with them in 275/60/r20

my first set is still in great shape but is a smaller 275/55/r20

i highly recommend them
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hey, take a nice full side profile pic of the truck please.
My wife has the same tire on her Bronco Sport and after the last snowfall her little truck clawed up the hill like a billy goat, my KR on Pirelli scorpions would not! needless to say I am impressed with that tire. I think I am going to ditch the Pirellis sooner than later.
 

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The Continental TerrainContact A/Ts are awful in the snow compared to the Falken, Goodyear, or Vredesteins....if you care about that. My company requires me to get Continentals on our vehicles. Living in Colorado, I was finally able to get some other brands approved.
 

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well then the ones you mention must be really good, although you only mention manufacturers. I thought the Terrain Contacts did pretty good in our last snow, now I don't doubt you have more snow experience than I do, but seemed to me that for a non aggressive tread the terrain contact was a decent enough tire.
if I lived where I spent more time in snow I could see choosing a more aggressive tire, or perhaps a dedicated set of winter tires. but for an occasional snow and non aggressive off road driving did you still think the terrain contacts were no good?
 

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Might be a bit aggressive on my statement above, but I wouldn't get the Continentals again after a winter out here. They aren't the worst, but my #1 concern is snow traction living at almost 9,000' elevation. The current Falken A/Ts are much better performing in snow. If I lived in Texas, completely different story!
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