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Why is this tire called the F-C II? Well, this is because it replaced the bias-ply Dick Cepek Fun Country tire, hence the F-C and second generation reference. The F-C II is available in overall diameters from 31 to 37 inches depending on wheel diameter. We mounted them on a set of factory Power Wagon wheels. The tires came to us true and round, thus requiring little weight to balance. On-road On pavement the tires exhibit slightly more noise than a standard all-terrain tire, but not nearly as much as a mud-terrain tire or even some aggressive all-terrain tires. The noise is minimal and not annoying or droning inside the cab. In dry weather the tires returned a comfortable ride and outstanding handling. In wet weather the tread design did an admirable job of channeling water to the edges of the tire. During one summer road trip we were driving through heavy rain at highway speed in northern Wisconsin and the tires tracked perfectly.
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While there are countless reasons one might enjoy or need to go off-road, one thing is for sure: every off-roader needs traction. Lift kits, shocks, wheels, and everything else people put on their off-road rig are all well and good, but the simple fact is that the only part of your truck that makes consistent contact with the earth below is the tires hopefully. It is for this very reason that tire selection is so important when outfitting a vehicle that is going to be used for activities where the pavement ends, whatever your reasoning for venturing off-road. Whether your passion is for hunting, fishing, boating, racing, or just looking for that next adventure, Dick Cepek was founded in with those same interests as the core of their business model. With this in mind, when it came time to get some new rubber on our Chevy Silverado project truck, we had to turn to Dick Cepek to see what they had to offer since the truck is used to go off-road on a regular basis with the hopes of finding a new adventure.