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32's? Tire Suggestion.

I'm getting my body lift installed this Saturday, so that means I'm getting new meats within a month. Just need some help deciding what tire I should get. What brand tire should I get? I'm leaning towards BFG All Terrains. But, would like to get more suggestions on it.
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Are you running stock rims? Why not get 33x12.5's? You can clear it easy with a 3" BL. BFG's are great tires imo. But, a lot of people run different stuff. Read reviews, buy a tire that will perform to your needs and uses for the truck, and whatever look you want to accomplish.
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Are you running stock rims? Why not get 33x12.5's? You can clear it easy with a 3" BL. BFG's are great tires imo. But, a lot of people run different stuff. Read reviews, buy a tire that will perform to your needs and uses for the truck, and whatever look you want to accomplish.
Yeah, stock rims. I would get 33's without any question but, there a little bit out of my price range.
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BFG Mall Terrains are over priced I think. Try General Grabbers at2's, ProComp all terrains etc. I'm guessing you want an all terrain tire?
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Yeah. I think an All Terrain tire is where I'm heading.
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Avoid the pro comp a/t's they wear like crap <40k miles and they were toast...
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I run BFGs and i haven't had a problem with them ever. I would also consider Goodyears. i would say Pirelli, but lets face it, nobody can afford them.
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Falken ATS and Hankook ATM are good alternatives.
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Agreed, a guy in my apt complex has a 04 Ranger 4x4, superlifted, he's running 33" Faulken AT's, and he said they are great tires, perform well off road, from what he was sayin anyway.
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Cooper STs they have a decent tread pattern and last a long time.
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Planning new wheels/tires

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Duratracs= good tire
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If you haven’t purchased the tire yet…

BFG makes one of the best and durable AT tire on the mkt.
They wear like steel and will last you, under normal conditions, YEARS… even with a little burn out once in a while.

32 x 11.5 is a good size tire for your truck with the 3” BL.
I have a 4” Superlift w/Coil -overs and 33 x 12.5 hit a little on the front inside of the fender well and I think the 11.5 won’t.
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Duratracs= good tire
yeah cause Duratracs defiantly come in 32.

Yeah the BFGs are VERY NICE. Umm Goodyear ATs are also good.

Avoid the Yokohama Geolander ATS. General Grabbers are good.
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Go with 33's if possible. Not sure if you off-road or not but more people have 33's than 32's to spare if needed. For myself I've found it a lot easier to find a 33 then a 32 and due to popularity I've never had a problem getting just one if I split a side wall or such....
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Another tire to add to the don't get list is the Sport King AT's. In my experience I am not getting good wear out of them at all, and they don't do worth a crap in the rain. I can't wait to get new tires in the future. So I am burning these tires up for some Duratracs!
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wild country xtx sport!
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Another tire to add to the don't get list is the Sport King AT's. In my experience I am not getting good wear out of them at all, and they don't do worth a crap in the rain. I can't wait to get new tires in the future. So I am burning these tires up for some Duratracs!

Yeah I had Sport Kings in 32`s before and they do suck in the rain.
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