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Old 03-02-2014
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Have a set of off road or A/Ts that you loveor hate. Because we all drive rangers wouldn't it be helpful to share your knowledge of these tires. Just leave a short dicription of the truck set up (ex.2007 Reg.cab short bed xlt 4x2 w/o locker 6in lift) tire size (35x12.50r15) tire brand and name (cooper STT) and finally what the truck is used for. (Trail blasing, daily driver, mud truck). Post a picture of then review. If you proud of your tires or just hate them with a passion. Let us know about them.
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Cooper S/T

2002, XL, reg.cab, short bed, 2.3L, 4x2 w/o locker (33x12.50r15 cooper S/T) trail blazer daily driver, ocational mudder

so far so good. Went threw some mud the out her day and did my best to get stuck. Never happened. Road noise isn't to bad. They give the truck a really nice feel at all speeds and they throw mud everywhere.

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2006 lev2 bar crank and st leafs. 33x12.50x15 bfg all terrains. 2nd set! got 78k out of first set (32x11.50x15). love these tires. long lasting for the light weight of these rangers and serves the daily driven purpose with a good look. minor wheeling on trails and mud they work great! great in the snow also. on a 1 to 10 these tires get a 8. will def buy more in the future.

about to have nitto trail grapplers in a few days so if this thread is still going ill let you know how they are after a few weeks of having them..

this is a good idea. we all have questions when its tire time. thank you!
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BFG Tires period…

BFG ATs for everyday use, they are great tires, great ride, little to no noise !
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2000 Ford Ranger xlt 4x4. No suspension mods and 31x10.5 Maxxis Bighorns. Decent tires but not the best for daily driving. I've got about 35k on them and about 35-40% of tread left on them. They are starting to get pretty noisy too. Mainly used for daily driving and going up in the snow. They do really well in deep snow but I would recommend siping the inside lugs for better traction in slippery conditions. Not a bad trail tire either, speaking from the few trails I have been on haha.
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1999 Ranger XLT 4x4. 245/70-16 Nokian Rotiiva AT.

Incredible tires, great DD all around tire. Very quiet, great ride and handling, phenomenal in the snow/ice and very acceptable in the mud. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a quiet tire with lots of grip.
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2001 ranger Superlift 33/10.5/15 KM2

Really good so far no complaints offroad, did great in the snow and so far they seem to wear well and ive read a lot of positive reviews on them before
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MASTERCRAFT TIRES

2003 XLT 4WD, 4.0/5spd -one inch lift. normal daily driver occasional off-road to pick up firewood. 255/16 This is a stepchild line of a major tire brand. Came with a 50,000 mile warranty. Are knobby looking but incredibly quiet on the paved roads I drive. Grip well in snow. Paid $600 for 4 tires, mounted and balanced.
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Suspension description is in sig. With tire choice. Goodyear duratracs. Great choice, they hum a little but thier grip is great, off road in sand is good. Snow is great. They've gotten a great review online.
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