Dick Cepek Trail Country EXP Tire Reviews
(Based on 4 Reviews)
I purchased these Dick Cepek Trail Country EXP's as the price was right, and the weight was significantly less then that of most others in it's class. That being said, I've had these tires on my Tundra now for about 6 weeks so I have no idea, as of yet, how long term durability/tread life will pan out. But, so far, I am very pleased. Road noise is way more quiet than other A/T type tires that I have owned in the past (Goodyear DuraLast, BF Goodrich T/A KO2). I have driven these tires through massive rain storms and even flooding. Absolutely no slippage. Now, this could be partially due to the heavy weight of the Tundra, but no question these grip better than the factory tires that were on prior to the EXP's. Dry handling of said tires is predictable and reliable. Thus, no complaints thus far, but time will tell.
Been using these on my JKU for at least 1000 miles. Really impressed with the quietness and general road feel of these tires. Haven't been offroad yet or tried to challenge their grip, etc. Its not a heavy tire, compared to other brands in 295/70/17. The sidewalls are E rated and the sidewalls did NOT feel overly stiff or rigid before they were installed. After installed, they def do not feel as stiff as one would expect an E rated tire to feel on the road. Good wet/dry grip, not sure about ice/snow or mud yet. Might try DC's Extreme Country next, just to increase or pick-up a little more "hum noise" lol, but these EXP's look aggressive IMHO.
I was looking for a new set of tires and wanted that aggressive look but not the road noise. I also wanted the white lettering so figured I would give this a shot! Very impressed with the low noise and would highly recommend these to anyone! Have only driven about 600 miles on them so far so I cannot comment on tread life but for more aggressive all terrain this was a great choice for me!
275/70/18 on 2018 f150. So far it’s a great tire for the price. Bout 900 miles so far. Performs well on dry, wet pavement, is awesome in mud and on dirt roads. Deep snow is good. Hard packed snow and ice is so-so. Noise level is a tad louder than stock junk tires which is expected with a 10 ply LT mud type of tire. Yes u hear a little hum but nothing louder than a duratrac or a bfg ko or a cooper at3. Hope I can get 45k outta them.