TheChevyHDMan said:I wouldnt be Jim these steeltex's have absolutely no bite in them when they get towards the iffy part. I think they have no grip mainly because the ourside treads are really just ribs, No cleats to em at all. First storm last year plowing all I did was slide....I was stopped once....and just started sliding sideways.. Next day I took a short trip to my local Goodyear dealer and Got some MT-R's(way too aggressive for normal driving) But I never once got stuck with those tires, Well once when I fell into a huge frozen pile of snow trying to stack more snow on top of it...But nothing besides a winch or a chain will get you out when your in frozen solid snow upto the doors.
Im trying my first set of BFG's now...Great bite not overly agressive..mileage wise...Im not too sure...jury is still out.
I think my next set with be Procomps.
Got me a link for a $75.00 rebate on 4 procomps, gotta buy before 9/30/2003.
I am ordering a set of 265/75-16 Mud Terrains for winter, gonna shelve the H2's with the 33's for the salty time