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Old 09-13-2011
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Default Replacement LT tires for Scorpion P275/55r-20 tires

I have been searching for good replacement tires for my Scorpion P275/55r-20 tires and have not had much luck. I have a 2011 F150 Lariat SCrew Ecoboost with max tow package towing a Rockwood Windjammer 3008W. The truck pulls fantastic but I can feel that little sway in the soft sidewalls that I can't accept. Does anyone have a good suggestion for a good LT tire replacement? Maybe something in a C range.
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Steve..try TireRack.com and use their tire finder.
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+1. Tire Rack would be the place to look.
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Tirerack is good, price shop and try hitting up a local to you vendor, thats what I did for my Excursion. Got a great deal on some all terrains.
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Thanks for the feedback. I was hoping someone had a particular tire they used and liked. I would hate to buy an untested tire for so much money and not be satisfied. The front end kitchen puts a load on the tongue weight (still legal) so I need some good tires with sound sidewalls.
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Michelin LTX is a good choice for daily driving and towing.
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Lower profile tires will have shallow sidewalls and would definitely any sway or harmonicing cause by the tires.
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What did you decide on?
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Michelin LTX is a good choice for daily driving and towing.
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