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I bought a set of the goodyear viva 2 tires from walmart about a year ago. They were $55 each at the time, and now show up at $60 on the website. They may still be at $55 at your local walmart. So, here is my review.



Overall, a good tire for the price. Quiet at highway speeds with normal stopping traction. They are not race tires, so I don't expect them to perform like super sticky summer tires. I think the max psi is 55psi, but I'm not completely certain off hand. I have driven a 20hr trip fully loaded on these tires and no problems what so ever. I have put down close to 20k miles on them, they are showing minimal wear, they are at around 75% thread.

I seriously recommend these tires for anyone who needs good tires at a cheap price. I bought the 215/75/15 size tires, they look better than the stock sizer, being slightly bigger. The speedometer wasn't affected by the bigger size. The speed machines say i'm going as fast as what my speedometer says. Times are tough, the more I can save, the better.
 

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Only thing I would be wary of is your load capacity. Generally passenger tires aren't designed to handle the same loads that an LT tire can, so just be careful there. Otherwise, make that dollar stretch however you can.
 

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Load capacity is 1764lbs, I think they can handle what the suspension can handle. Like I said, I drove 20hrs with close to 600lbs of stuff in the bed and didn't have a problem.
 
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