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I live in Wisconsin, and this year started out pretty white. I have 29000 miles on Dunlop factory supplied tires, which seem fine in summer but not great on cold snow. Thinking about buying a set of snow specific tires. Any suggestions? Comments?
Your GX470 probably has more sound insulation than my 4Runner, so perhaps they won't increase the cabin noise as much on your truck.
You still have to use significant caution in the snow, even with the Nokians. It is really easy to get over confident because you have so much traction from a stop, with the tires and full-time 4WD. So test braking often when driving in the snow...
Whether the dealer will work with the Tire Rack or has their own supplier is something you'll have to ask your salesperson about I guess, and who know what kind of deal they may be willing to do.
Any other new '08 owners getting new shoes for their new GX-470?
But, the tires on my car are Bridgestone 265/65R17 840 Dueler. This is not a snow and mud tire. (it is infact described as a summer tire):
1) I was wondering what kind of tires your 2008 GX came with.
2) We have 2-3 months of snow. Are these tires good enough, or would you recommend changing them?