Best A/T or M/T for fifth wheel towing
I just picked up a 2015 Chevrolet 2500HD 4x4 CC LTZ Z71 Duramax and ordered a 2015 (not 2016, due to the huge discount on the '15) Crossroads Hill Country 33RL that's fully loaded (local version of the Sunset Trail 33RL). Loving the truck and really excited for the trailer. It's in make-ready today.
My truck came with Goodyear Wrangler SR/A 265/60r20 tires and I'm looking for a potentially more aggressive tire, that still works well for towing. I had General Grabber AT2 tires on my old 2014 F150 for a short while and ended up replacing them with Firestone Destination A/Ts to get rid of trailer sway with the 30ft Keystone TT I was pulling. That could have been as much to do with the move from P to LT as any, but I'm sure the deeper/ softer tread didn't help.
I'm looking at the 275/65r20 size. No lift or level required, but rated for several hundred more pounds. Currently eyeing the Firestone Destination M/T tires.
We usually set up the camper as a base camp and then wander off in the truck, often on old oil or logging roads, which have varying levels of maintenance. And to be honest, I also prefer the look of a more aggressive tire.