WOW! have yet to see anyone talk about the yokohama Geolanders, which really surprises me. I bought the Geolander AT+II's about 6 mos. ago in the 265/75-16 flavor and love them to death. I have ridden in many rangers of my friends with the BFG's and i much perfer my yoko's. They are really quiet on the road and actually have a fairly aggressive tread when viewed in person. I have had them in mud, snow, sand, and just about anything else you can think of and they have done very well. The mud around here is generally thick and has a large amount of clay in it (slicker than snot) and these tires hold their own in it. In the snow i was really impressed with the way they hooked up. We had a particualarly icy winter this year, and while most people were sliding all over i found it quite easy to keep control and maintain plenty of traction. I highly recommend these tires to anyone looking to stray away from the BFG's and are looking for a great AT tire.
2000 Ranger XLT 4X4
custom fabbed skid plate
fairly stock, but not for long, looking into:
Flowmaster 40 dual, MT classic 2, 33's and bl, misc. exploder accs., custom box/sub/ amp setup...