4WDrive - - Review -

Have you ever got into the crud and wished you had a bit more ‘mud ter­rain’ in your all ter­rain tires? Ap­par­ently so have en­gi­neers at Dick Cepek. The new Trail Coun­try EXP is based on the orig­i­nal Trail Coun­try tire but now fea­tures a new tread pat­tern with an 18.5/32-in tread depth. The tread el­e­ments aren’t as deep and large as a mud-ter­rain tire mak­ing the EXP a hy­brid all/mud ter­rain tire.

The tire looks more ag­gres­sive than your typ­i­cal all ter­rain, but has all-ter­rain de­sign fea­tures like in­ter­lock­ing sip­ing, stone ejec­tor ribs, notched and stepped outer lugs, and uses a sil­ica-re­in­forced com­pound. All of which should pro­vide im­proved tread wear, cut and chip re­sis­tance, and im­proved wet han­dling and brak­ing per­for­mance.

“As the Orig­i­nal Adventure Tire com­pany, we’re pleased to add the Trail Coun­try EXP all-ter­rain hy­brid to our lineup,” Ken Warner, VP of Mar­ket­ing said. “It’s the lat­est ex­am­ple of our ded­i­ca­tion to pro­vid­ing the best prod­ucts avail­able for truck, Jeep, SUV and 4x4 own­ers who en­joy the great out­doors and a life­time of adventure.” The Trail Coun­try EXP is avail­able in a va­ri­ety of sizes from 31-37” in C through F load rat­ings. For more in­for­ma­tion on the new Trail Coun­try EXP, go to http://www.dick­­try-exp/

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