The kuhmo crugen fill review. As every one wants to and how is it in snow
Author: tyler jenkins
Updated review I’ve had these on my truck for almost 4 months now up here in Minnesota. I have a 08 F150 regular cab long bed manual transmission 2 wheel drive no posi, so almost the worst thing for traction in the snow. At first I noticed the side walls are soft so they give a good ride but kind of floaty, they have good grip in the rain although it doesn’t feel very planted, last night we got over a foot of snow and I was very impressed with them. I don’t have any weight in the back of my truck because I wanted to see how these tires would do. I still have to try not to spin when taking off from a stop in deep snow and slow down around turns but they got me home though it and that was impressive to me since the last 2 sets would never do that. Overall I’m very happy with these tires and I will probably get another set when these wear out
Putting these on my trailblazer.
Great review i am leaning toward these now debating if i should get these or Nexen roadian htx rh5 for an 4×2 pickup
I just ordered a set of these for my 2wd truck for the upcoming Minnesota winter. Your review sold me on them. Thanks
Worst tire ever made .belts broke in all 4 of mine and they were not even half wore.Please consider something else ..I could not believe it.And Kumho did not even give me a call.
Are you still happy with the tires?
I put 4 of these on my 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Big Horn, I replaced the original Good Year Wranglers. These are a lot better than the Good Years, nice ride, quiet, and are great in the snow. The Good Years would break traction on wet pavement, these don’t. I would recommend them for anyone looking for a good tire at a reasonable price.
I was spinning tire in my 05 Silverado and my 17” rims were rusting under the covers so I upgraded to some 20” rims @1” wider with matching offset, bought these tires @ same outer diameter as stock but 1.25” wider. Hopefully traction is increased without rubbing!