OK Guys, Time for New Tires??????????//

Discussion in 'Tires, Wheels, Suspension & Accessories' started by trisha, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. trisha

    trisha Full Access Member

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    Which particular BFG would you all recommend? thanks trisha
     
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    Take a look at the Toyo Open Country line.

    Toyo Site
     
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    :jackedI'm sorry I have to do this, Bama you must have had fun loading 2 cars on a 3ft. trailer...... lol. They must be hot wheels:stir

    I have BFG a/t on my truck and there great. Do go with a load range E tire it a safety thing. I have D range on there now and with my 8k pound 5th wheel I should have E range sidewall roll does show now and again
     
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    Kuhmo Road Venture AT's, 10 Ply. Love 'em. Very happy with them.
     
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    I'm running Kumho KL7 37x13.50x22.
    They look aggressive, but are surprisingly quiet. Although I have not had them that long, they seem to be wearing well (or lack of...lol).
    If I have learned anything about big off-road tires, it is to have a rim almost the same width as the tread. Too skinny of a rim will wear out the tires in the center too fast.

    I know I am a newb, but I really need to express how AWESOME the guys are at the tire shop I used in Phoenix.

    Jim at RIM1 Custom Wheels best source for FOOSE,DUB,TIS....
     
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    Zookie400 I WANNA GO FAST

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    trisha if you ever see some mud, the BFG all terrain's will perform great, and they arent too bad on the pavement either. i ran them on my bronco and loved them.
     
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    I am running BFG A/T TKO's on my truck and they have 20k+ on them and have alot of tread depth on them and I do mostly highway driving. The tires are wearing well and I rotate every other oil change the tires are also pretty quite going down the highway and I hoping to get to at 45k on the tires before I have to replace them.
     
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    :lmao correction, 36ft. trailer, thanks Dogman :sweet
     
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    Tires

    I had the BFG Rugged Trail T/A's on my Superduty when it was new. I just replaced them about 2 months ago, had 64,000 miles on them. The tire rode pretty good too. But I wanted a tire with a little more aggressive tread, so I decided to get the Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revo and these tires ride really good and they look real nice. Satisfied so far.
     
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    I am still torn between the Revo's which I have on now and the Nitto Grappler. Anymore thoughts? I don't know which BFG to reseach???? Trisha
     

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