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Hercules Terra Trak AT II

Hi all,

Does anyone have any experience with these tyres??

I'm in need of a new set of shoes and want something quiet, well priced and AT.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi all,

Does anyone have any experience with these tyres??

I'm in need of a new set of shoes and want something quiet, well priced and AT.

Thanks in advance.
Greetings,


I am not sure if Cooper Tires still owns them or they are with a different group now..

Terra Trac AT II | Hercules Tires

In any event, from the specs it seams to be a good tire for on/off road all terrain. They use a silica based formula in the compound and they improved the siping. The shoulder blocks look fine to me.

In terms of being quiet, it hard to say because each company has their own standard of defining the noise level. Any AT tire is going to have noise from the start and will develop more noise as it wears down. The tire looks like it has enough aggressiveness to balance out the noise level.

Best for now.
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