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Firestone Cheater slick low buck alternative?

I am looking for an affordable alternative that I can replicate a similar look of the Firestone Cheater slicks for a daily beater.



I would be putting portowalls on the tires, or if they have white lettering be doing the old trick of shaving the lettering off exposing the whitewalls. So far all I can seem to find that have similar sidewall ribs are A/T tires, (like Bf Goodrich A/T's)



Or cooper Discoverer STs



was hoping for a less aggressive tire. Any suggestions? I cant afford Cheater slicks plus I need something a little more street/road/highway friendly. It is a truck that they will be going on so A/T tires wouldn't look 'too' out of place. I like the look of sidewall ribs that give it an oldschool look.

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