I thought so but I wasn't sure. Because I mentioned that the ones Fred linked to are no longer available. So I thought you just might be referring to those as far as quality went. Anyway no BF Goodrich tires are available at the local shops. I just went back to TireRack.com and put in my size. This is what is available to me right now and what most of the shops seem to be carrying.Obviously the dry rotted tires that are on it now. I wouldn't trust those outside of my driveway, and after what you just said and shown, I wouldn't even trust them in my driveway. Looks like I said as much in post #3 of this thread. Forgot all about that. Get the BFG Sport Comp 2, or an equal, or better ASAP!
Hey Fred,He needs a 275/40-17
Free Shipping - BFGoodrich g-Force Sport Comp-2 Tires with qualifying orders of $99. Shop Tires at Summit Racing.www.summitracing.com
Also thanks for the detailed reply. I did not know this about tires. I will have to keep it in mind from now on when selecting tires. Tires do make all the difference. I had a set of Good Year Wranglers (less expensive version for 1500 trucks) and the truck honestly rode comparable to our Camry. Only people who have experienced a ride in a GMT900 series truck with the open frame in the back and Good Year Wrangler Tires know what I am talking about. I swapped that truck over to the highest warranty I could get on tires which were Michelins and the truck just never rode the same. I then started experiencing their notorious rust issues and traded it for the 2017 Sierra I have now. Biggest mistake I have ever made, the truck is part of the "Chevy Shake" class action lawsuit, has General Tires on it and it well... rides like a truck.I can not select a tire for you unfortunately. ...what I can do is offer a little information to help you.