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I have had these 34x10.5x20 faulken ATPs for a while and they are a decent tire off road, but they ride extremely harsh and are worthless in the rain.

I worked a deal at discount to get a set of 35x12.50x20 Cooper MTPs out the door for just over $1k (they are giving me trade in credit for the faulkens).
The coopers should ride better and actually fill the wheel wells (3" leveling kit).

Pics of the truck with new tires to follow.
 

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Hopefully they aren't trash like the ATP is. Worst tire ever. And Cooper were dick$ about it to me. They will never get my business again.
 

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Well, Discount tire definitely hooked me up.
These tires soak up the bumps and aren't too loud when rolling at 80mph on the highway.
Plus they give the truck a much better appearance (IMHO).
Right now they are aired up to 30 psi, once I get a chance to hit marble falls ORP I'll see how they do ~20 psi.
 

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update: tires are great, ride is 10x better than before...they work good in the mud too :)
 

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