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Im looking for new tires for my ranger and i wondering if anyone had any suggestions? i'm looking for some kind of all terrain tire that isnt too redneck
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I have Goodyear Wranger SR-A`s and they a pretty good tread and seem to be holding up well. They have your standard set of plies, but then also have a kevlar ply for added protection. In the dirt and water mud (all we have around here) they seem to do quite well. I love 'em.
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i'm looking for some kind of all terrain tire that isnt too redneck
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just get it over with and get mud terrains
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I have Goodyear Wranger SR-A`s and they a pretty good tread and seem to be holding up well. They have your standard set of plies, but then also have a kevlar ply for added protection. In the dirt and water mud (all we have around here) they seem to do quite well. I love 'em.
I have the same. the 31's and up have a more aggresive tread. mine do great for 99% on road duty that I drive.
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i run nitto terra geapplers and i love them.... but id say bfg at's.... they last forever alittle more expensive but def worth it... they have a reputation for being ":mud slicks" and no good in them but hell its a AT not an MT.... my nittos have gotten me out of everything i have bneen in. now its nothing crazy or worth bragging about but non the less they have. i have gone up a hill in 4wd and kinda nervous and made it np and did the same hill in 2wd no prob... but go with bfg imo
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Goodyear Duratrac x4....and what dose "Not To Redneck" mean lol
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I have the same. the 31's and up have a more aggresive tread. mine do great for 99% on road duty that I drive.
saying you do almost all on road id deff go with bfg's for there longevity and sidewall strenght
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bfg AT or Nitto Terra Grappler but if you want the best on road and mud and other terrain id go with the the nitto Trail Grappler its half mud half AT
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bfg AT or Nitto Terra Grappler but if you want the best on road and mud and other terrain id go with the the nitto Trail Grappler its half mud half AT
cold those are good too but i dont think he wont be doing to much if and mudding....
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alright thanks everybody for your help i think im down to either bfg all terrain or the wrangler duratracs
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Your in Hummelstown, eh?

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lmao at mud tires being redneck
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My vote is for BFG A/Ts, I just have bought mine a few weeks ago and absolutely love em. But I also liked the way the Duratracs look, but they were significantly more. I could get a 32X11.50 BFG for the same price as a 31X10.50 Duratrac. I got my BFGs for $143 plus tax installed
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ive got nitto terra grapplers they work great mad it places some full sizes couldnt in our last snow (12 inches deep) but i still spun alot
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I have Nitto Terra Grapplers and love them. They are cheaper then the BFG A/T's and in my opinion they are every bit as good.
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