- DELINTE® DESERT STORM D8DESERT STORM D8 Tires by Delinte®. Season: All Season. Type: Performance, Truck / SUV. The basic premise behind seasonal tires is to deliver excellent traction levels in all conditions, be it dry, wet, or snowy roads. Twin...Enhanced all-weather handlingExtended hydroplaning resistance$248.00 - $292.00 (ea)
- FUEL® GRIPPER A/TGRIPPER A/T Tires by Fuel®. Season: All Season. Type: Truck / SUV, All Terrain / Off Road / Mud. Drive to the challenging trails with less noise and better road manners with these unstoppable off-road tires wrapped around your...Maximized mud-terrain tractionProvides extra grip in any conditions$1,500.00 (ea)
- LEXANI® LX-THIRTYLX-THIRTY Tires by Lexani®. Season: All Season. Type: Performance. Specially designed for those drivers who travel a lot around the country and have to drive in various weather conditions, all-season tires are definitely a bang for...Provide improved all-season capabilitiesEnsure perfect traction in any road conditions$225.00 - $268.00 (ea)
- LIONHART® LH-TENLH-TEN Tires by Lionhart®. Season: All Season. Type: Performance. Performance tire which provides a comfortable ride, reliable traction and long wear. Specially designed for those drivers who travel a lot around the country and...Allow for responsive handling in any weather conditionsEnhanced traction and superb cornering, even in light snow$221.00 - $266.00 (ea)
- TOYO® PROXES 4PROXES 4 Tires by Toyo® . Season: All Season. Type: Performance. It is designed primarily for plus-fitment applications on sport compact cars, sports sedans, and coupes. This M&S rated tire is available in a wide range of sizes as...Improved wet tractionLower pattern noise$750.00 (ea)
When you’re aiming for the sky, you get there by having something solid backing you below. Few things look as good under your high-lifted skyscraper as 28 inch tires and wheels do. At CARiD, we understand the special handling requirements these vehicles need and offer tires that measure up with minimal vibration and maximum all-season traction and stability.
There is a lot of information on the sidewall of a tire. Typically, you'll find UTQG ratings for treadwear, traction and temperature, the size of the tire, the load rating index number with a speed rating index, the construction type (bias or radial), the D.O.T. compliance code, and construction details. On some tires used as original equipment, you may also find a marking that indicates its OE status.