All Terrain Tires

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    wisedude24

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    Does anyone here know an all-terrain tire brand that also has a good traction in deep snow? So far, I have checked out Toyo Tires' Celsius CUV tires. I read that it has an excellent snow and ice traction. I will be going on a vacation with my family and I need to find one soon. I will be using it on my 2012 Ford F150 XLT. Any other suggestions?
     
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    Be sure to check out Hankook tires. They have several different type tires that will work on your F150. I have a set on my Cadillac and have 40 thousand miles on them and they still have good tread.
     
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    The only tire design for ice is studded. Are these of that type?
     
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    @DirtMechanic - does anyone even make studded tires anymore? I know some states have outlawed them due to road damage and braking safety.
     
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    I put them on my leaf sweeper. But I made them with screw!

    Its been too long for me to know. I used to run them on my van but had to leave Alaska for Alabama reasons.
     
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