Yes, the Revo did extremely well in the rain and wet snow. The only downside is that they have never lasted me that long. I have no experience with the Silent Armors as they don't fit my needs. Actually, the guy who lives next to me runs them on his Taco & oftentimes we are parked side by side. I know his tread is worn to the nub right now & he bought them around the same time I bought my Duratracs. I'm guessing he's running a P rated tire & I have no idea how much mileage he has on them.merrion13 wrote:I'm not considering the BFGs...I know they are a well regarded tire but my brother had them on his Xterra for 3 years and they got downright scary in rain/slush.
NVSteve, what did you like about the Revo? Did they do well in snow? Any sense of how they compare against the Silent Armors?
NVSteve wrote:I would not suggest the BFG ATs, as they really suck in the rain & suck overall once the tread is worn down a bit.
merrion13 wrote:I'm not considering the BFGs...I know they are a well regarded tire but my brother had them on his Xterra for 3 years and they got downright scary in rain/slush.
Not sure the exact miles on the Pathfinder and Duratracs at the moment. I'm currently on a military mission but will verify when I get home in a week. However I think I'm close to 50K miles which I think is great on these tires. The duratracs performed great in all the weather both Idaho and Utah could throw at them.NVSteve wrote:How many miles on the Duratracs & why aren't you going to run them again?volvite wrote:I went with the Duratracs on my Pathfinder as I wanted to try something different. I'm actually due for new tires this summer. I plan to put SA on my pathfinder.