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Just wanted to give an update on the armors since I have had three months or so driving in snow with them.. They are great on ice, wet snow, powder and deep snow.. We have three feet on the ground which is normal for us this time of year.. I don't think I have even felt the Commander slip.. The combination of Jeeps QT1 and the Good Years makes for an awesome snow machine.. They will be my next set of tires as well..
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Those look great.

They're in top few choices of tire that I'm looking at getting.

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Those look great.

They're in top few choices of tire that I'm looking at getting.
Jordan you won't be disappointed at all, they look nice and aggressive have no noise, handle great on hardtop and wear well.. They had I think an $80 mail in rebate at the time, make sure you check whatever tire manufacture your looking at's website for rebates..
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I just put a set of Goodyear Silent Armors on mine (255/70R17's) and they look great and the ride is awesome. If you go to a Goodyear dealer I think there's a rebate going on still. That's what I did and saved.
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Yup, $60.00 or $120.00 if you get the Goodyear card..

http://www.goodyear.com/en-US/tires/...er-silentarmor
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Jordan you won't be disappointed at all, they look nice and aggressive have no noise, handle great on hardtop and wear well.. They had I think an $80 mail in rebate at the time, make sure you check whatever tire manufacture your looking at's website for rebates..
They're just so expensive in 265/65/18 ($240~/tire)!

...expensive, but proven.

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I got moto master at/2. I love em so far. Bit of road noise but nothing terrible and a great price.


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They're just so expensive in 265/65/18 ($240~/tire)!

...expensive, but proven.
Ya, $240.00 is a lot of money for a tire.. I got lucky with mine, I got the $80 rebate and sold the the stock GoodYears to my friend.

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That's a good way to offset the expense, sell your old tires and get the rebate.

I've bought so many tires for my 4X4's over the years and I have to say that the Silent Armors are really a nice tire - worth the cost.

Just remember to rotate and get the mileage out of them.

I'd buy 'em again in a heartbeat.
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I'm liking the toyo open country ATII's. awesome tire. You can get a few choices on ply and they are working great on ice. I got mine for around $197 a tire.

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