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Old 08-23-2005
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Dick Cepek Radial FC-II

Well, I'm looking at these tires, and am on the fence on whether to buy these, or BFG AT's. I know all about BFG's, but am looking for anyone who has owned these in the past or present to lemme know how they are, as far a wear and traction? Thanks.
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I was REALLY close to buying the mickey thompson tire, thats basically the same thing......they looked very awesome, and said to last a while.

i say go with these and NOT THE BFG to be different!
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Old 08-23-2005
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The painter that works with my b/f has the cepek's. Except they're like 35 x 15.5 x 15 or something.... INSANELY wide. Under his 4runner they look like giant marshmallows.

But he's really pleased with them. They did fine offroad on the weekend. Bigger problems getting the 4 cyl to power them up rocky hills....
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Well, I would be putting them on a daily driver
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you should be fine with them, they, like the BGF AT, are great all around tires. And $160 for the 33x12.50x15 is not a bad price.
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Well, I would be putting them on a daily driver
Ah, I see. His truck is probably 90-95% daily driver, but some people are concerned about capability offroad. In case you were wondering... fine on and off the road. They're not as aggressive as my mud terrains. Looks like a decent all-terrain. As for wear, he's only had them since early this year, so too early to tell.
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I Have The Dayton Timberline A/t And They Are Great, Dayton Has Come Out W/ A Timberline M/t U Should Check Out
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My frind has a set of 33's on his Jeep. He says there the best tire out there. According to him they wear very slowly and dont make alot of noise on the road. I have never seen him get stuck and belive me, he has tested them out.
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