Originally Posted by LosAngelesLGT
I agree that they are somewhat noisy but NOTHING like a mud tire. Their treatwear has been exemplary for the amount of abuse they have taken in my experience and they ARE NOT DESIGNED FOR LOW TEMPS. Not only are you not supposed to drive them in the snow, they were obviously taken out of their temperature profile and the rubber no doubt hardened.
I love my set for 20k. Too many canyon days plus a track day and they were most of the way done.
July is out of their temp profile?
The set I ran were much louder than the General Grabber AT2 I had on my Forester. The sets I've driven on other cars were just as noisy.
2 of those sets had substantial cupping of the edges after ~10k or so, despite dead-nuts perfect alignments.
Just not a tire I would ever choose over other UHPS offerings.