Review 3 of 5
, from Rochester Hills|
Year / Model Reviewed:
1989 Gmc c1500 4x2
On rear of vehicle they are a good 3 season tire, and haul a good load.
on front of vehicle, they have a knobby ride, are excessively noisey. During winter they slip easily do not stop well on packed snow, I would attempt to use this tire on ice. I enjoy living to much.
I used these tire over a several year period, I attempted to use them during the winter and had switch over the sears road handler snow ice & tires which are no longer available. On a slight incline of packed snow the trail maker plus would not grip, causing me to back up and get a running start. that night I switched tires to randhandler ice & snow. the next morning purosely stopped on the same snow packed incline, the roadhandler snow & ice tire walked right up it without a even slipping.
Similar Products Used:
Sears, Roadhandler snow & ice tire. Excellent winter drive tire but are noisey, the most effective winter drive tire I have ever use on a 4x2 full size pickup. unfortuneately they are no longer availa