I've had 2 sets (on two different trucks) of Firestone Transforce AT tires. They have good traction in snow and rain, and very low to no highway noise. Do you have the 245/70 R17, or the 265/70 R17? Anyway check this link. http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compare1.jsp?width=245%2F&ratio=70&diameter=17&ski pOver=true&autoYear=2006&diameter=17&sortCode=5010 1&autoModel=Ram+2500+QuadCab+2wd&skipOver=true&rat io=70&autoMake=Dodge&minLoad=E&autoModClar=&minSpe edRating=R&width=245%2F&vehicleSearch=true&startIn dex=0&search=true&pagelen=20&pagenum=1&pagemark=1& speed_rating=R&speed_rating=S&speed_rating=T&speed _rating=U&speed_rating=H&speed_rating=V&speed_rati ng=Z&speed_rating=W&speed_rating=Y&speed_rating=(Y )&load_rating=E&load_rating=F&load_rating=G&RunFla t=All&loadRank=6
It will take you to a list of tires available from Thetirerack.com that match your vehicle. You can look at different tires and ratings from others that have the tires to determine which are right for you. I havn't bought tires from anywhere else for quite some time. Even after I pay the shipping charge and to have someone mount and balance them I'm still way ahead of the tire store prices.
Lowell, Amanda, Marley, and Winnie
1996 T-2053 (First Sunline "Little One")
2001 T-295SR (Favorite Sunline)
2003 F-304SR (Last Sunline "The Big One")
1985 T-1650 (Current Sunline)
2004.5 Dodge Ram 3500 5.9 HO Cummins