Put them on the wife`s Explorer. Seem to work great. Looks like a good tread design.
Ditto^ .............. I just put 285/70/17 121/E AT3's on my 2500 and did 300 miles in that mess Friday. Ride and traction was great and in 4wd I think it would go anywhere. I'm happy ....... they look good too!Got a little snow time on the AT3s lately. Have about 3 inches or so on the ground. Yesterday 3" on the unplowed paved road to town. The road is paved but very rough and uneven and very steep. Took the truck for a drive to test the tires out. I kept it in 2WD as long as I could. I had to put it in 4X4 once so as to not scare the wife on a long, snow covered uphill. Tires did very good considering they are on a 23ft long truck and are E-rated. The newly installed lockers kept both rear tires spinning together to push me through the snow. I also put it in 4X4 to get up my steep gravel driveway with lots of ice cuz' in 2WD I was stuck. I'll never buy snow tires for this truck. The AT3s work well.
If I was alone then I'm sure the RZR would have been unloaded to help pull me out. The other Dodge Ram was much handier and my buddies couldn't help but to poke fun while they pulled me out. Especially since I picked on them when this happened moments before...