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Pathfinder Tire from Discount Tire

Looking to get some new tires soon, any review on Pathfinder brand tire from discount tire?

Or other model suggestion? Dont want to spend more than $180 per tire, I mainly drive on highway

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When I bought my X used it had a set of Pathfinders on it. They wore very well so when it was time for a new set I went with the Pathfinder 285s. We are in the mountains, desert, snow, mud, sand, slick rock...No complaints!

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No experience with pathfinders but both General Grabber atx and falken wildpeaks are within your budget. Both are good tires.
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What about Hankook Dynapro A/Tm RF10 or BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A?

They about both less than $120 from wally world

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What about Hankook Dynapro A/Tm RF10 or BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A?

They about both less than $120 from wally world
I had hankook dynapro on my Xterra when I bought it. I took them off and replaced them. They were underwhelming in my opinion. The rugged trails have a nickname around here, the rugged fails. While they are both okay for highway I don’t think either one are great tires. While the hankooks are a step up from the rugged fails, I think there are better options.
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Not sure if you may be interested... but these tires are new and performed well for Highway usage. I'm selling and it's just taking up space in my garage. https://www.thenewx.org/forum/46-sal...r16-tires.html. This will save you money. Let me know.

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https://www.americastire.com/fitment...ice-asc&page=0 I am pretty happy with these. They fit your requirement for under $180 a tire too.

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What about Hankook Dynapro A/Tm RF10 or BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A?

They about both less than $120 from wally world
This crowd is more offroad oriented than most drivers.

I like the Hankook DynaproATM RF10 quite a bit.

They are a good balance IMO between hiway and offroad.
They are AT rated but are obviously not MTs.

If you intend to spend a lot of time "wheeling" probably not the right tires..

But if you are like most driving mostly on road but want an emergency reserve ability for driving on a uphill dirt road or a crossing a wet hiway median they are quite sufficient.
I once took them on on a short drive on what was basically an ATV trail.. but it was still a trail not a mud pit.

They are also 3 peak mountain snowflake rated so are acceptable in those countries that mandate outright winter tires in some part of the year..
but they are no Blizzaks in extreme snow/ice (which are also too soft for warm months hiway driving!)
Also great in the rain.

I consider them a good balance and they are on my Xterra. Got them from discount tire (a sponsor on here)

Other tires mentioend here are also quite good.

One tire I cannot recommend for anything other than a weekend and off road only use at the Courser MTs.
They looked great.
But they were LOUD on the hiway. I literally found myself wearing earplugs and my mpgs dropped noticably as did the on road handling feel.

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The pathfinders would probably be fine for mostly on road use.

I have the falken wildpeak at3w's and would recommend then if you do occasional off road stuff and can deal with a slightly more off road oriented tire. the hankook dynapros seem really popular for more on road heavy use..
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