The Best Tires For Your Heavy Duty Truck

Heavy-duty truck owners know how important it is to have the best possible set of tires for their vehicles. After all heavy-duty pickup trucks are used not only for basic transportation but also as utilitarian tools for work whether you’re hauling, towing, or just carrying heavy loads. As such, these trucks need tires that can hold up well to constant rough use without wearing down or sacrificing ride quality.

If you’ve customized your truck to suit your preferences, it makes sense to also get tires that go with your rig’s new look.

Here’s a list of some of the best heavy-duty truck tires we’d recommend:

  1. BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2

More commonly known as the BFG A-T, these are an instant classic. Trusted and respected by plenty of truck owners, these all-terrain tires have proven their worth through the years. This tire strikes a balance between both on and off-road driving and keeps you in control even when driving in snow. It also has an exceptionally long wear life guaranteeing you miles of excellent driving.

  1. Falken WildPeak A/T

If you’re looking for a perfect all-purpose all-terrain tire that also gives outstanding ride quality, look no further than the Falken WildPeak A/T. With this tire, you’ll have excellent traction whether you stick to the highway or go off-road. Even though the tread pattern isn’t aggressive, it’s still designed to give your truck optimum control on all sorts of terrain.

  1. Dick Cepek Mud Country

When it comes to tread patterns, the Dick Cepek Mud Country tires have the most aggressive ones yet. This offers enhanced grip even when going through muddy roads. Additionally, they come with stepped tread blocks for self-cleaning so your truck retains control even on the slickest surfaces. You’d expect the aggressive tread to make for a noisy ride but that’s not the case. You’ll have a smooth, quiet ride on the highway but trust us, you’ll want to try out this set of tires off-road.

  1. Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3

We can only describe this as a hybrid tire designed for those looking for adventure. The hybrid tread blends both all-terrain and mud-terrain properties to ensure maximum off-road control and a quiet ride. The extra wide footprint ensures all-around traction allowing you to grip all kinds of surfaces and the 3-ply sidewall makes sure nothing punctures the rubber.

  1. Atturo Trail Blade M/T

Although still considered new on the tire market, the Atturo Trail Blade mud terrain tire surprised us. The tread pattern is designed to cut into the dirt for optimum control and traction with very little noise. These tires will ensure your truck is perfectly at home whether you’re driving down back roads or lugging loads across muddy fields.

If you’re stumped on which kind of tires would suit your heavy-duty truck, pay Dixie 4 Wheel Drive a visit and our 4×4 truck specialists will help you pick out the right set to fit your ride.

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