Continental HDR Tire Reviews
(Based on 7 Reviews)
2017 Ram 5500 4x4 Rollback! On the rear I got 75k out of them in about 12 months time. It’s a tow truck there is no easy days. On the front not so well. It my have been the driver driving that cut the life of the tire on the steer
These tires are ok for on the road. The first set of tires I had only got 30k before I had to replace them. 3/4 empty 1/4 pulling 25k lbs. I pulled a 20k trailer through 2 to 3 inches of snow on the roads and never slipped once. Most of the snow we get most of the time is under half a foot, so I don't know how well they work in a foot of snow. These tires kinda work in mud that is not to grease or very deep. The tires start to vibrate the truck at 70+ mph. Fairly quiet tire.
In Houston these work great on my 2015’ 4500 RAM with a 12’ bed. They see a good bit of off road (nasty clay, loose ground) and freeway/city (heavy traffic) Typically have about 2-3k lbs of Pipe in the bed and an 8k lb. trailer. Also we get very heavy rains and I must say these tires handle the water well. They become noisy in wet conditions. But they don’t budge so I don’t complain. Front HSR’s lasted about 35k Rear HDR’s have lasted 42k miles so far and counting.
Great riding tire