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ordered the 275/70 18 bsw A/T tires and wondered what mfg. ford was using for this size? The picture of the truck had the tires mfg. name hidden, hopefully Michelin, but doubtful

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4 hours ago, rbsev said:

ordered the 275/70 18 bsw A/T tires and wondered what mfg. ford was using for this size? The picture of the truck had the tires mfg. name hidden, hopefully Michelin, but doubtful

 

Possibly Continentals

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My truck came with these. (2022 f350)

 

I changed them to a more aggressive tire.

 

I wasted three hundred dollars or whatever the upgrade fee was.

 

I now have five brand new goodyears sitting the shed🤣

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20 hours ago, steaknpotatoes said:

Every pic I’ve seen it shows Bridgestone Dueler A/T tires. 

 

My 17 came with Goodyears, my 15 and 11 both had Michelins. I would prefer Michelins, but the Bridgestone would be preferred over the Goodyears. I'll have a look at the Bridgestone, hope they're comparable to the Firestone Wilderness A/T's, which I felt were the best tire I've ever owned for doing everything. I had looked at putting them on my 17, but saw at the time they were mfg'd in Mexico, so I went with Michelin

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My truck (2022 F250 with FX4) came with 275/70R18E raised white letter Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure with Kevlar.  They supposedly have a 60,000 mile treadwear rating, but I will be lucky to get 30-35,000 out of them.  The tread pattern is not impressive and winter traction is absolutely horrible, even when I lower pressure for the winter and have sandbags in the bed.

 

I have never been impressed with factory tires and these are no different.  The only exception were the Firestone Wilderness AT’s that came on my Explorer.  Those were great tires despite some people having issues that led to the big recall.

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1 hour ago, NH_Bulldog said:

My truck (2022 F250 with FX4) came with 275/70R18E raised white letter Goodyear Wrangler All Terrain Adventure with Kevlar.  They supposedly have a 60,000 mile treadwear rating, but I will be lucky to get 30-35,000 out of them.  The tread pattern is not impressive and winter traction is absolutely horrible, even when I lower pressure for the winter and have sandbags in the bed.

 

I have never been impressed with factory tires and these are no different.  The only exception were the Firestone Wilderness AT’s that came on my Explorer.  Those were great tires despite some people having issues that led to the big recall.

I don't think that you'll see new Fords coming with Firestone tires again.

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Previous years 275/65/20 were Michelin LTX AT2… for 2023 MY the 275/65/20 are Bridgestone Dueler AT..I’ve zoomed in on every video on YouTube to confirm…

 

Now as far as 275/65/18, I am not sure. Also for the Tremor they will still have Duratracs

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It partly depend on the tire selection, but all 20's I have seen have Michelin's. They are a great tire if you are going to stick with stock rims and on road use. I had a 2019 and 2022 with18" rims and I believe they both had Goodyear's. The Goodyear's were junk in my opinion and you will probably only get 30k out of them. Sold both those trucks early before they needed tires, but had planned to replace them.

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14 hours ago, Robin Hood said:

It partly depend on the tire selection, but all 20's I have seen have Michelin's. They are a great tire if you are going to stick with stock rims and on road use. I had a 2019 and 2022 with18" rims and I believe they both had Goodyear's. The Goodyear's were junk in my opinion and you will probably only get 30k out of them. Sold both those trucks early before they needed tires, but had planned to replace them.

Previous years 20 inch wheels had Michelin LTX AT2. However, for 2023 I haven’t seen a single 20 inch wheel with a Michelin. They have all been Bridgestone. Look closely at YouTube videos and you will see. 

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This is a Bridgestone 275/75/20. I still haven’t seen what the 275/75/18 will be 

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On 1/19/2023 at 11:40 PM, steaknpotatoes said:

This is a Bridgestone 275/75/20. I still haven’t seen what the 275/75/18 will be 

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Sorry but to each their own, that's one ugly truck. Glad I bought a 22 when I did.

 

I apologize for going off topic.

 

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Recently bought a new 2022 Powerstroke F250, it had 275/65/20 Michelin, they were AT but were basically a glorified street tire, and would certainly get stuck in sand or mud.

 

I right away bought some Yokohama AT 35x12.50x20's with more aggressive tread.

 

 

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On 1/18/2023 at 7:56 PM, steaknpotatoes said:

Previous years 20 inch wheels had Michelin LTX AT2. However, for 2023 I haven’t seen a single 20 inch wheel with a Michelin. They have all been Bridgestone. Look closely at YouTube videos and you will see. 

My 22 came with Michelin’s

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On 1/28/2023 at 9:24 AM, TenTex said:

My 22 came with Michelin’s

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yeah they came with those Michelin LTX AT2 for a long time. But not for 2023

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I’m hoping for Bridgestone Dueler A/T

IMO, the best combo of traction, mileage and quietness. 

Michelins 2nd. 
Good Year 3rd.

They’re all good tires. 

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My 18 Lariat came with 275/65/18 Bridgestone tires which I was happy with. I upgraded to bigger Toyo Open country A/T III for my new 17" rims and they are very nice.

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50 minutes ago, ColoradoRedGT said:

My 18 Lariat came with 275/65/18 Bridgestone tires which I was happy with. I upgraded to bigger Toyo Open country A/T III for my new 17" rims and they are very nice.

AS or AT?

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32 minutes ago, ColoradoRedGT said:

I believe the were H/T. I thought AS is some sort of a performance tire.

AS is All Season and AT is All Terrain

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