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Bfg At Or Bfg Mt?

i would like some opinons on tires...i do a little wheeling and do alot of hunting and back woods fishing and was wondering which one to get...any opions or experianes?
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get the m/t they will last atleat 60k and do very well in the gooey stuff as well as on the street.
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MT, no doubt about it.
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I vote A/T. I have them and they have never let me down!
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M/T all the way.
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what kind of mileage have yall gotten with them?
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on the m/t? so for I only have 5k and there not worn at all.
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i have not owner either, but hearing that they both last for 50-60k

i would say the MT's.. they'll get u to more fishing spots
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M/T All the way!!!! I FRIGGIN LOVE my BFG M/ts!!!! fifteen times better than any all terrain that I've owned!!
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im about to get my second set of the A/T's... 90%of my driving is on the street/highway
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i love my A/T's......i am on my second set of them......the A/T's really are not as bad offroad as everyone claims.......

i took my 1st set off at 40,000 miles and they still had a good 20,000 in them.....heck Bill (04lvl2) ran them for a while after i took them off...
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I got 86k from my first set of AT's and I am on 42k with my second set. They are great if the majority of your miles are paved.
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I would say if you are going to be on the street more than in the dirt, A/T. Aside from that, if you have snow in your area A/T's are better in the snow than M/T's....
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again m/t mine have 66k on them now and still about half tread.
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is there a noticeable difference in how loud the m/ts are running on the highway compared to the a/ts? what about mpg?
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What I'm gathering from this thread, if you do most of your driving on the road, but enjoy the occasional romp thru the bush, and you will be using them in snow, the A/T's would be the better choice?
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^^^ Yup. M/t tires are made to clean themselves out, and in snow that isn't the best. If you get snow, you don't want a self cleaning tire. That is why allot of folks on here say the a/t's aren't that great in the mud. Light mud is ok and they are great in the dirt and on the street....
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I've only had experience with the all terrains and they were awesome tires!
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m/t
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whats a fair price for AT's in 31x10.50's?? or 32x11.50's???
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for 31's i believe 135 around here.. on summit they have 33's for 154, which to me is a good price for that size tire, and such a good name (BFGoodrich)
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I just picked up a set of Mickey Thompson Classic IIs with 35x12.50 Mud Terrains yesterday (For only $400!!!) and am switching to the M/T from my current A/Ts. I vote M/T. Like Matt said...they'll get you to more fishing spots, too. Just my 2 cents.
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You know there's more than one brand of mud terrain and all terrain tires? Otherwise go MT.
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This thread will help your decision. A lot of good points being made. Including the fact that I'm old and can't close threads.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=44194
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Go with the MT's, besides the fact that they will get you to your fishing hole with less struggle, it also gives you a reason to upgrade your sound system for when your traveling on the roadway...ie, slightly noisy at times...
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