An opportunity presented itself when someone offered to buy my Goodyear HP's. Only 4k miles on them, but a friend offered to buy them for $400. It was always my intention to peel them off and get some sort of A/T tire for my new Ram, but with such a mild winter this year I never bothered to get a different tire.
The good folks on this forum constantly rave about this Zeon LTZ, but Cooper recently came out with this newer AT3 tire that claims to be better in every category except dry traction (their charts....not mine). My driving consists of mostly highway miles but around these parts we typically get lots of snow during the winter with this one being a rare season. My truck is a daily driver to work (suit and tie guy), but weekends the truck is used for weekend projects, and recreational use like snowmobiling / hunting.
Since my buddy is a Cooper Tire dealer, cost on these tires is a gonna be a great so I really feel like I can't make a bad decision on either tire. I really love the aggressive looks of the Zeon LTZ, but can't help to wonder if the better all around tire might be the AT3.
I've got nothing good to say about these Goodyear HP's, and in the little bit of snow this year we did have they scared the sh*t out of me.