The Dick Cepek Fun Country Tire was developed using a unique combination of design elements, technology and engineering to deliver excellent off-road traction with a quieter ride and superior durability for the light trucks and 4x4's of today. With wide lateral and offset tread grooves working together with the larger surface area help to deliver excellent grip and responsiveness for off-road traction. Stone ejector ribs and ultra-thin sipes help to resist stone retention and cracking. Also notched shoulder edges, scalloped ribs and an enhanced buttress design for maximize off-road traction. Computer optimized pitch sequence in the tread design reduces pattern noise for a quieter ride and even wear. This tire is equipped with deep, aggressive, multi-dimensional sidebiters for grip and protection.
I have owned 3 sets of these tires now and getting ready to purchase a 4th set for my new truck. They are made in the USA by cooper tire. They far out perform many of the other manufactures like, Toyo, Nitto, Falken and even Goodyear. I know this because I've not only had the other tires on my trucks, but friends as well. They perform great off road for the 10% of the time I'm in the dirt, mud or sand, but where they're most impressive is on the road, especially when it's wet. These tires have better wet traction than any other tire I've even owned period! They not only look good, they last around 60K as long as you keep up on rotating and keep the proper psi. I'd also say compared to all the other "like" all terrain style tires, these are the same or quieter than the rest.
By THT3 from Texas
^^^ for the idiot above me
It’s a hybrid what would you expect with the large lugs
By Dumpling from Alabama
This is my 3rd set of DC Fun Country’s and I have to say they make the most noise of any AT tire I’ve ever ran. DC’s new tread design was a big mistake when it comes to them claiming a much quieter ride. ��
What is the difference between this Fun Country tire, LT275/65R20 for my 2010 F-150 and the M/T ATZ p3 tire? I have the M/T LT285/70R17 tires on my Jeep JK and I really like them. So-I'm asking myself should I get the Baja ATZ p3 or try the Dick Cepek just to have a different make of tire. Price is about the same for the Fun Co. and the ATZ.
Do you recommend I go with the 65 series [34dia} or the 55 series [33dia}?
oldpony from Rockford, Illinois on
Sir, The new ATZp3 is a grate tire as is the Fun Country, they are very similar tires from the same category i would give the Fun Country a try and has a great looking tread pattern. Thanks for your question.
from Rockford, Illinois on
how many miles
fr from san fdo california on
That depends on how often you rotate the tires and how good your alignment is. You didn't say what type of truck / suv they are going onto. If it is a lighter truck or Jeep they are good for 40,000 miles.
Rody from san fdo california on
Is this a radial tire?
Kevin from Appleton, WI on
Kevin from Appleton, WI,
Thanks for the question.Mickey Thompson LT305/70R18, FUN COUNTRY part #M/T90000001931 is a radial tire.
In 1958, off-road enthusiast and avid outdoorsman Dick Cepek launched his brand of tires and wheels and the company is dedicated to producing reliable, superior quality products for Jeeps. Innovations include the Radial X-C aramid wrapped tire design with increased sidewall protection first introduced in the 1980s along with auxiliary off-road lighting spot and fog lights. Today Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels carries a full line of tires, wheels, aftermarket accessories and apparel. Their products have generous warranties and a well-respected reputation among off-roaders. Whether you're looking for extreme tires ready for the trail or ones that will afford you a smoother, quieter ride, we have options. Shop Dick Cepek Now