Highway All-Season light truck tires are for drivers who want a combination of pleasant on-road characteristics, long wear and all-season versatility, including traction in light snow. Highway All-Season tires branded with the M+S symbol are often used as Original Equipment (O.E.) on 2WD and 4WD, light- and medium-duty vans, trucks and pickups, as well as crossover and sport utility vehicles.

O.E. Highway All-Season light truck tires are typically purchased as direct replacements for worn-out pairs/sets of the vehicle’s original tires. They can also be used for other vehicle applications in complete sets of four or axle pairs if available in an appropriate size, load range and speed rating to match the existing O.E. tires’ performance category and specifications.

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  1. One of the tires began cupping after about 5000 miles, I noticed it after it was rotated to the front of the vehicle. The tire company said cupping was due to the vehicle not being aligned, or tire pressure wrong. The vehicle was BRAND NEW so I do not know how it was out of alignment! Also I check the tire pressure every time I fill up the gas tank, and if it goes over a couple weeks I check them anyway, I have a tire gauge in my glove box, also I had the tires rotated every 5000 miles at the dealer. Of course neither the ford dealer or tire company will do anything to remedy the situation, so now I drive around in a car that sounds like an airplane taking off! DO NOT BUY THESE TIRES they are junk, the company will not back their product PERIOD.

  2. These tires were OEM on the Ford Edge. Snow and ice traction is astonishingly bad. Tread life looks to be only fair. I might be able to get near 50,000 miles. Rotated every 5k miles, wear is completely level, i.e, no feathered edges. I have gotten at least 75,000 miles on my other OEM tires, as I am rural and spend most of my driving on flat, straight roads.(Little braking, cornering). I will replace these tires before next winter, no matter what tread is left. This is the first time I have ever been thankful for relatively fast wear, as I consider these tires to be bordering on unsafe in any place where it snows.

  3. These tirea are crap-tastic…. decent traction under 30… above 45 horrid drone in cabin, poor traction in any type of snow. ..poor treadwear.

  4. I have run these tires for about 4 years putting on 23K miles with zero tire problems. I have rotated them about four times that I can remember and the tread wear pretty even. Looks like I will get about 45,000 miles with the Dynapro AS on my truck. Original tires were Bridgestone Rib tires and gave 47K miles of service but I believe the ride and handling is better with the Hankook tires. I pull a fifth wheel trailer that weights in at about 9K pounds and have never had any problems with stability. I am a pretty conservative driver so I rarely pull above 65MPH. However when not pulling on the highways, I do drive the speed limits and that includes up to 80MPH on some Interstates. Not sure if this tire will be available when it is time for new tires as I only put about 10K miles on per year. No complaints on Dynapro AS but have run Michelins on other vehicles and will probably switch LTX when it is time to replace tires on truck.

  5. These tires were on the truck when I purchased it new in 2007. The tires have worn well, and handled well in all four seasons of western Michigan weather.8 years and 62,000+ miles is pretty darn good tire life, in my opinion.I will likely replace them with the same tire.

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