I have these on a 99 k1500 silverado classic z71. I went up to 285/75/16 for a bigger tread bite. Snow is an 7/10 performance, mud 8/10, sand 8/10, wet pavement 9/10, road noise is 10/10. These wear amazing at 41psi. My last set i got 50,000 miles out of them. The only downside is they dont like impactsat 30mph+, but what tire does. Ill allways run these!
Buy the warranty if you buy these tires. Junk. This is the 2nd set in less than a year.
I know these are not winter tires. I know about the ATW. But the Firestone Destination AT is also just an AT tire and it was far far superior in snow/ice and also far superior in hydroplane resistance. The AT3 has been able to climb rock on the Alpine Loop better than the Firestone tire. But I've been shocked at how bad my new AT3s have performed on snowy highways. I've aired them down to 26 pounds during a bad storm and they still were awful. I'm a storm chaser so I drive in bad weather often. The Firestone AT allowed me to drive at very high speed in pouring rain. These AT3s hydroplane at MUCH lower speeds. I have run the AT3s for a full year now, and want to like them but have reached a point where I know in my line of work they are not going to work. Looking to sell them and go with something else.
This review is based on my characteristic from 122,000 miles of Xterra travel. I've had Bridgestone and Goodrich on my 4x4 Xterra. These tires so far have exhibited the best performance of all the tires I've ever put on a vehicle. Check the box "true" on Cooper claims for Quiet, Traction and performance. Most tires are fussy on any vehicle until you find the right tire. This is the right tire for any vehicle. I've put them on a Jeep Patriot to boot. They are a consistent performance as compared with the Xterra. A good ride for an SUV. When it snows heavy I also expect it will fulfill the Cooper Tire Company claims for the tire.
I have a 2013 Ford F-350 Platinum and love these tires. Had Nittos trail grapplers on it before and these At3 do just as well and get better tread life. I pull a gooseneck and trailers throughout my property and have never had any issues. I run 80psi in the rear and 75psi on the front. Rotate every 10k. I have 40k on the tires with plenty of life in these tires. When time, will get these again! Highly recommend
I am on my 3rd set on 3 different pickups...Ford Ranger, F-150, and now on a Toyota Tacoma. These tires do well in North Dakota winters, on the interstate, and on the beaches of South Padre Island.
Put these in a 10 ply load rated E on my f150. Great tire and at 84000 miles, they could probably still pass inspection. They wear a little funny after a while and get a little noisy but it could just be my truck. Definitely recommend them.