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Old 09-01-2005
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AHHHH if yo go off-roading even once a year and buy the Land Terrain then i shall slap you! They are just as ****ty as our awsome stock Goodyear Wranglers anywhere off a paved road.. and hell even on the road. The BFG A/T is the best damn tire on the market now and one of the best looking!
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This may be kinda old but just a heads up the Wal-Mart liberator tire is made by Uniroyal not BFG. I worked at the Wal-Mart tire and lube and i have to say the land Terrain is better then the liberator. Not saying the liberator bad just hard to keep balanced and ride a little ruff where the Land Terrains are GREAT on road. And pretty ok off. I had both on the same truck (265/75/16 with for the record is just as tall as a 32) The problem with the Liberator (or as me and my Wal-mart buddys called em "Vibrators" is that the tred gets cloged up real fast. Where the Land Terrains dont. For a mostly street driven truck with a little off roading id have the Land Terrains.


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I dont think iv ever seen the Land Terrains on BFG's website, are they a for Walmart item only?
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Wal-Mart only i think, If you swing by a Wal-Mart just ask to look at one. They pritty cool Plus when i got em i got em cheap from my discount :p
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I just put the bfg at's on my truck and love them it made the truck look alot better you will be glad you did.
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Id also like to note i drive A lot. Almost 150 miles a day sometimes. (My new job. I go where the job site is) Thats also the reason i like the Land Terrains. Ride real good. Pretty good in the rain. Now if your truck is just a play thing by all means the AT are a lot better. But for light off roading ya gave the LT (land terrains), RT, RLT. Out of them the LT are the best. Not that im an expert ^__^
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Ill prob be sticking w pro comp all the way. they are such a good tire! to me anyway. But i like the bfg"s too! go with the all t's. good on and off road tire!

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Ive had tha Land Terrains and they are a good "road" tire. Went mudding once with them and they are like slicks in the mud. The AT is a good road tire too and much more off road worthy, so if your gonna do any offroading at all dont buy the land terrain.
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Old 11-23-2005
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ya but see that snow your truck is in the a/ts handle better then the land
Even if I dont offroad the snow is enough reason for me to buy an A/T.
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Ill prob be sticking w pro comp all the way. they are such a good tire! to me anyway. But i like the bfg"s too! go with the all t's. good on and off road tire!
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Old 11-23-2005
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Here is my truck on BFG All Terain T/A's 265/75/16's=32's. No lift. I love them other than the gas mileage drop.
Re-gearing and a Bama Tuner will fix that.
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