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    Never tested Bridgestone Ecopia off-road they look to be strictly a highway tread prolly not much use in mud and for snow, sorry I have no idea.

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    My Falkens are long-gone with snows currently on and 18" tires/wheels coming in the Spring (and some other goodies). I've run Bridgestone/Firestone on my truck and they lasted longer than I would've thought. But as others have pointed out, they are a three-season tire only.
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    Thanks everyone for the input. I haven't pulled the trigger, but I think I'm going to go up one size to 215/55R/17 and get the Michelin Primacy Tour A/S. My local tire dealer thinks the change in size is fine. I decided against the Bridgestone Ecopia and Continental Pro Contact because of mixed reviews online.

 

 
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