Oct
04

io tires

hi all

i have an io 1999, 215-65-16 and I want to buy a new set of tire.

I am from Lebanon in the middle east region we are entering the winter season with about 1 month of low temperatures, ice, and snow.(less than 7 degrees Celsius)

the remaining months are rainy days and after that the summer and spring season.

what type of tire do u advise(winter, summer, all season, all terrain)

I drive mainly on paved roads slight off-road and snow trips, i want him mainly to have good grip in rainy day and water and increase grip in snow or ice for the tough weather days

and what brand do u advise since the ko2 is so expensive and we have a different brand as the Yokohama geolander, Bridgestone dueler, and many others but what do u advise

thank you in advance 

regards

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ramez wrote:

hi all

i have an io 1999, 215-65-16 and I want to buy a new set of tire.

I am from Lebanon in the middle east region we are entering the winter season with about 1 month of low temperatures, ice, and snow.(less than 7 degrees Celsius)

the remaining months are rainy days and after that the summer and spring season.

what type of tire do u advise(winter, summer, all season, all terrain)

I drive mainly on paved roads slight off-road and snow trips, i want him mainly to have good grip in rainy day and water and increase grip in snow or ice for the tough weather days

and what brand do u advise since the ko2 is so expensive and we have a different brand as the Yokohama geolander, Bridgestone dueler, and many others but what do u advise

thank you in advance 

regards

My advice would be the Ko2, but yes it is expensive....another tyre that seems to have people happy and a lot cheaper is the bridgestone dueler. Maybe try to see your local 4x4 club and different local forum for advice; from one place to another tyre market can be different.

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