Originally Posted by DavidY
For two winters, I had a set of BFG AT T/A KO tires on my RWD Mazda B3000 truck. Got stuck 10 times one winter. Then I bought a set of cheap, entry level studded winter tires (Arctic Claw TXI)...no more issues. Both setups had 250+ pounds of sand bags over the rear axle. Both have the mountain snowflake too....BFG AT's were crappy for winter driving in central/northern BC interior (6-8 feet of snow in an average year).
Funny, I'm rocking bfg at on my truck as we speak and even in this manitoba weather i have no problems, and i have zero weight(besides a tool box wtih boots, ski pants etc)
The tires just walked right up this hill, no weight in the back, open diff and from a dead stop...bfg all terrains are good in snow