I just got a 1983 Toyota SR5 4x4 from my dad, it's been in the family since new. I'm using it to commute to a job I started several months ago to reduce the wear on our nicer vehicles--inside and out. The job is "sort of" remote, down a dirt road and as I understand the main paved road isn't generally paved for a portion of it. The truck currently has BFG AT's on it that are literally 20 years old. They actually have some tread left, but are cracking really bad and are making me a little nervous. The tires on it are P235/75R15, although I think the original size is 225/75r15--but that leaves me with no choices really. The BFG's are LT-rated heavy duty, which is why I think they lasted so long. The spare is the same as what's on it, so I probably *should* replace the spare. I am essentially looking at 3 different tires: -Discount Tire - Provider Entrada HT, $340/plus tax/fee for a set ($360?) -Firestone Complete Auto Center - Firestone Destination LE2 - $506.24 OTD price for a set -Local tire store, Yokohama Geolandar AT, $560/set plus taxes & fees ($600 OTD probably) I have the Destination LE2's on my 2012 4Runner and have been really happy with them overall. Not super aggressive, but have not had an issue yet. The 4Runner is very new, much heavier, and full time 4WD. I probably have 15k on them and they look great--including a lot of back-and-forth over the mountains. I really like the look of the Yokohamas, they look like they would give good traction for where I work. They are more expensive though coming in around $600, but better traction than the Firestone. The Provider tires are cheap, have a tread that looks similar to Michelin MTX. The commute is super easy, 11 miles, and I don't really drive it over 55. It's all surface streets, with a couple miles of divided thoroughfare, mostly residential/country highway and I think 4 traffic lights. Normally I would not really even consider the no name tires, but the truck is lightweight, old, and with low demand. I feel kind of dirty considering them, but this truck needs a TON of work. Other than cosmetics, it's gong to need a full exhaust system, emissions & ignition system overhaul, brakes, suspension work, replacement lights, etc. I'm probably going to be into it for close to a grand in just parts to get it up to safety inspection & emissions standards. Has anyone looked at or used the Provder brand? I know we just put a Chinese heavy truck tire on a work truck, but it's a yard truck that doesn't go over 20MPH--and the tire actually looks fairly decent. Should I even consider the cheap ones, or just go straight to the Firestones? I think the Laufenn (Hankook) might be OK, but probably getting close to the very aggressive price of the Firestones.