Nexan Roadian AT Pro RA8

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Anyone familiar with the Nexan Roadian AT Pro tire ...

was looking at this tire and wanted to see if anyone had any knowledge or recommendations ... looking for a 305/45R22 ....

tires seem to have good reviews ... P tire's have a 50k and LT's have a 40k mileage warranty ...




Nice looking tire ....
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Anyone familiar with the Nexan Roadian AT Pro tire ...

was looking at this tire and wanted to see if anyone had any knowledge or recommendations ... looking for a 305/45R22 ....

tires have good reviews on Nexan's website ... P tire's have a 50k mileage warranty and the LT's have a 40k warranty ...
I'm wondering as well. I really like Nexen tires but the only place I've been able to find these A/T ones are on Amazon...
 

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all tires will cup if you have excess toe out... wheel alignment needed ...and tires need to be rotated every 5k-6k...
 

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all tires will cup if you have excess toe out... wheel alignment needed ...and tires need to be rotated every 5k-6k...
Agreed, although I rotate my tires every 10k-15k miles (or once a year) ...never had a problem. I personally don't know anyone that rotates their tires three times a year....that's overkill. I also know people that only rotate their tires once or twice over 40k - 50k miles. Lol
 

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l try to rotate all my vehicle tires at/or around 5-6k ...
I hear that a lot from people on forums and on YouTube but yet never met anyone that does it. I've always kept my tires at the correct psi and rotated them 2 or 3 times over 40-50k miles with even treadwear. Is there a specific reason for rotating them so often that I'm not aware of? I just put in a order for Falken Wildpeaks A/T3W with Discount Tire and I will ask them about tire rotations on Saturday when I get them installed.
 

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Discount tire recommends rotating and balancing every 6 months or 6k to keep the mileage warranty if a tire has one...l get a reminder text it's time for it ... rears up and criss-cross the fronts to the rears as long as you don't have directional tires... l lean toward none directional tires so that l can rotate them evenly ... no matter how close to zero toe you get there will still be some slight feathering or cupping as stated ... depending on tread pattern some will show more cupping than others. you can see the lifting or feathering in the sipes of the tire at 2k miles ... by 6k miles it will look worse ... and the worse it gets will cause the truck to pull to one side.
 

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Discount tire recommends rotating and balancing every 6 months or 6k to keep the mileage warranty if a tire has one...l get a reminder text it's time for it ... rears up and criss-cross the fronts to the rears as long as you don't have directional tires... l lean toward none directional tires so that l can rotate them evenly ... no matter how close to zero toe you get there will still be some slight feathering or cupping as stated ... depending on tread pattern some will show more cupping than others. you can see the lifting or feathering in the sipes of the tire at 2k miles ... by 6k miles it will look worse ... and the worse it gets will cause the truck to pull to one side.
Interesting. I appreciate the info and the heads up!
 

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I hear that a lot from people on forums and on YouTube but yet never met anyone that does it. I've always kept my tires at the correct psi and rotated them 2 or 3 times over 40-50k miles with even treadwear. Is there a specific reason for rotating them so often that I'm not aware of? I just put in a order for Falken Wildpeaks A/T3W with Discount Tire and I will ask them about tire rotations on Saturday when I get them installed.
I also rotate my tires every 5k miles. Easy to remember when you get on a schedule of every 5k rotation and inspection of things like brakes, fluids, etc, and then every 10k add in oil change. I've even trained my wife to let me know when she gets to 500 miles shy of a 5k or 10k mile mark on her car. :D
 
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