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brand of tires for ranger

i have a 2000 ranger 3.0 extd cab 4x4 and wondered what brand of tires would you recommend for this truck. i was looking for tires that are both off road and street use. any suggestions
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BFG A/T hands down.
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+1 definately
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some type of radial..

you probably want something that looks good too..

but the BFGs are probably the way to go
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BFG A/T's!!!!! I love mine!
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Ide say depending on how much you want to spend.

1. Being most expensive...But the best hands down, BFG All Terrain
2. Bridgestone Dular AT REVO
3. Yokohama Geolander AT


Thats all im fimiliar with, i know theres MANY more All Terrain Tires but like everyone said, the BFG AT is the best for your money, ride nice, look agressive etc etc.
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BFG a/t

pro comp a/t

toyo A/t

bridgestone duler a/t revo

endless hours of reading brought me to these tire choices. I went with the toyo a/t because of price . They are great so far .
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Ide say depending on how much you want to spend.

1. Being most expensive...But the best hands down, BFG All Terrain
2. Bridgestone Dular AT REVO
3. Yokohama Geolander AT


Thats all im fimiliar with, i know theres MANY more All Terrain Tires but like everyone said, the BFG AT is the best for your money, ride nice, look agressive etc etc.

in my area the REVO's are a good 25 bucks more per tire then BFG's thats why i went with the BFG's and love them.
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Firestone Destination A/T. Affordable, free rotation (at Bridgestone/Firestone stores), good warranty (50K miles), good rain traction, good mud traction for an A/T and quiet on the road. I have had mine for over 15K miles and have no complaints so far. I have also read that they are good in snow, but I have not personally had a chance to try them out in snow.
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