I've learned to stay away from Goodyear tires after 2 experiences. We're having trouble with the wranglers on our highlander leaking air when it's cold out. Also, I had those wrangler silent armors put on my truck after they came out with that new Kevlar belt...3 of 5 tires were defective and 1 of those was after I had driven on them for almost a month. Got a total refund on them and went with something else. While I was there with the problems, the manager was talking to the Goodyear Rep about all the problems they were having with these installed on "lighter" trucks. They worked fine on the heavy Fords, Chevy's, etc, but for Toyota, Nissan, etc, they were getting returned with problems like crazy.wrangler silent armours- i've had the revos a couple times (other trucks)- and really did like 'em... but the wranglers are supposed to get some better tread life, and grip better when it's sloppy or on trails... unfortunately my truck is just a month young, so i'll wait for next winter
i've been contemplating on getting this tires, how many miles do you have on them so far?goodyear fortera triple tread.... kind of expensive... but i dont think there is a better tire in terms of traction, road noise, and milage... (60,000 warr.)
Mine on for winter #4. They work as good as many studded tires without the dry road drone & damage. As long as you don't aggressively rip around when roads are dry or be like my neighbor who drove them (new set) through the summer and they'll last 20K. What an idiot.No votes for Blizzaks?