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bfg all terrain?

how many types of all terains has BFG made? i was looking at cl and there was a set that had all the tread on them, but they looked really really old..
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Pics? They only make one AT now as far as I know.
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trying to find his posting.. i think he may have sold them. cant find the posting anywhere.. the tread looked like the same, but the sidewalls were diffrent. the letters were like 2x the reg size
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they are probably the pre KO era AT's. they have a different pattern on the sidewall and the tread looks a little different.
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any pics of said pre ko's so i could see?
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Do they say Radial All Terrain on the side? Look like this?

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Do they say Radial All Terrain on the side?
no, they said Bfg all terrain..
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Post up the link to the CL ad then
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cant find it anymore.. let me try again.
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are these what you were talking about?

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You really shouldn't be driving on tires that old, its not safe.
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You really shouldn't be driving on tires that old, its not safe.
I found that out the hard way when one popped on me...
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they werent the rugged trails. i swear they were all terrains but the letters were 2x the size and the sidewall was diffrent..
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Are you sure they were BFGoodrich? Could they have been Bridgestone or something similar?
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no, the deff were bfg, i saw them on a truck today too... can somone show me the pre KO era at's?
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The Radial All Terrains posted above are the pre-KO
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ahh gotcha thanks. they might have been the radials... would that have been a bad deal.
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I wouldn't run tires that old personally, very prone to blow-outs as proven above.
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okay cool i figured there was a catch to it. 300 for all 4... i finally found the post this mornin but it was not there when it was time to post when i got back home
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yeah they lasted a cool 1 month... :( BUT THEY WERE FREE! haha
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The reason I posted the Rugged trails was because they have almost the same tread pattern but a different name. I'm still trying to think of what you're talking about. It's probably the radials.
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okay cool i figured there was a catch to it. 300 for all 4... i finally found the post this mornin but it was not there when it was time to post when i got back home
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...6-bfg-all.html

I am willing to work with you on price and shipping. PM if interested.
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