I like ‘em. They’re sticky, very difficult to break traction. Very well made, usually only requiring 0-1oz of weight to balance, and that’s probably just compensating for the wheel alone.
Excellent sidewall support, bank hard into a curve on a flyover ramp with a loaded GN and they bite with no drift or sway. Make a hard sweeping right cut (GN on) on an oily road with just a mist of rain on it and they bite hard with no drift, whether loaded or empty.
You’ll virtually never have the ABS kick in under wet or dry conditions, loaded or empty. I cannot make these hydroplane, regardless of tread depth. Something about the tread design and dual layer compounds change as the tread wears.
I once was caught in a heavy storm on the interstate with a GN in tow, so dark at 2pm it looked like 2AM out. This was a new 8-lane section with excellent drainage; however, the water was so deep that at 48 mph I had a 6’ tall wake on either side. I checked with dispatch for the Radar input and they ran out of colors! Black is 12+ inches per hour. They just won’t break loose.
2007 LBZ 3500 LT3 DRW Crew Cab, Sulastics, Putnam XDR 15K, B&W 30K-Turnover GN+Companion, Ride-Rite Air...EFI'd by Rob
2008 LMM 3500WT DRW Crew Cab, 8 'Flat/GN, Workforce Alum Toolbox, Ride-Rite Air Use-ta Haves 2006-6.0 3500 WT DRW ExCab Flatbed, 2005-LLY 3500 LS DRW Crew Cab, 2002-LB7 3500 LS DRW Crew Cab I Live my life in such a way that when my feet hit the floor in the morning...Satan shudders & says "Oh shit, he's awake!"