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Goodyear AT/S, Has Anyone...

...run these tires in the winter on thier Ranger? I was told that they are a good winter tire and that these tires can pack the waight. If you have had them or know anyone who has could you let me know?

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those tires SUCK in any driving condition....they are definately the worst tire in the winter time...

i would NOT recommend those tires to my worst enemy...
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sorry maurice... but i run goodyear at/s tires. had them on my truck for the minnesota "meet on the ice" get together last year. drove on the snow/ice just fine. really don't know why people bash these tires. i've never had a problem.i've driven with them in about 2 feet of snow even stopped in the deep snow on a hill, then started forward again. (never got stuck!) maybe it's because my tires are "E" rated with 10 ply and i'm using steel wheels? all i know is that they work for me.
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those tires SUCK in any driving condition....they are definately the worst tire in the winter time...

i would NOT recommend those tires to my worst enemy...
your thinking of the RT/S not the AT/S. The AT/S is a decent tire, with good all around performance.
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my mom had these on her expedition and they drove through a foot of snow numerous times with no problems whatsoever
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i had them on my 95 and dominated some parts of some trails that other people had trouble in,It def helped my open diff out a bit.I would get them again
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I have them on my truck and they did fine in the little ice/snow driving up in the mountains around here.... granted it wasnt much.

in the sand they do great for me and havent had any problems (other than they are starting to cup) on the street
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iam running those on my truck and are pretty good...nothing to complain about here..


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Thanks for the replies, I need a tire that can hold some weight and that can work on snow covered roads. I think I'll put some on tomorrow.
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