Every pound is added weight and strain, but I agree with Muzikman: it's only a few pounds more than tires lots of us run without issue.paulhood said:I think the weight will hurt the truck since they weigh in at 59lbs.
I can't speak for the TSL's but I can say the LTB's totaly sucked in the snow...Less contact surface.norshor said:I've been eyeing that tire up for awhile. If I get it it will be a dedicated dirt or blizzard tire for me. Tall and skinny. With big lugs. Yeah!
Thanks for the input, and yes, that would be how I'd use them. How bad were they on ice? I very rarely travel at highway speeds for an extended period of time, and can really use the traction on lakes and trails in the winter. Plus our roads are rarely plowed.RIXterra said:Let me add to that.
They sucked in packed snow(like on plowed roadways), but good on loose snow on the trails..