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Right now it is looking like Firestone's Destination A/Ts in 285/70R17 (the non E rated version) is the way to go? Any other light weight options? Thanks. Looking for an A/T or All highway/all season. Like the Michelin Defender All Highway, but only come in E rated so much heavier.
 

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Right now it is looking like Firestone's Destination A/Ts in 285/70R17 (the non E rated version) is the way to go? Any other light weight options? Thanks. Looking for an A/T or All highway/all season. Like the Michelin Defender All Highway, but only come in E rated so much heavier.
In the 285/70/17 size the Toyo AT2, Nitto Terra Grappler and the Falken Wildpeak A/T3W are all light "P" rated AT tires that are about 48-50 lbs. The new Nitto Ridge Grappler [AT/MT hybrid] comes in "C" which I think is about 54 lbs. and the Goodyear DuraTrac "D" is the same weight also.
 

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don't forget the BFG KO2 in 34x10.5-17 and the bfg KM2 in 255/80-17. both are about 52 lbs (weighed the KO2 so even tho the bfg site says more that is what the postal scale said) they are pretty close to 33's. the KO2 does very good on the street and is an incredible winter tire.
 

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Don't get hung up on a few extra pounds on each corner. Choose a 33" that fits your needs. A few pounds will make little to no difference.


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