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View Poll Results: BFG?Pirelli?Michelin?
Michelin LTX/MS 8 28.57%
BFG A/T KO 17 60.71%
Pirelli Scorpion A/T 3 10.71%
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BFG/Pirelli/Michelin

Im just seeing what everyone thinks....
Remember I have a mall crawling street queen..
gonna be 32x11.5x15, price isnt an issue....
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Nitto Mud Grapplers seem to be the choice of mall crawlers

out of your list tho, i dont know much about any of them, but i know Michelins are good tires
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Ill never buy anything other than Goodrich.
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Nitto terra grapplers.
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Kumho MT/R kL71
32X11.5QR15
Blackwall Serv. Desc: 113Q
Load Rating C Price: $131.00 (each)
Estimated Availability: In Stock


I really like them and think you would. Kumho tires are very awesome and VERY affordable.
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Do you want an angreesive look or not? If not I'd go with the Michelines, if you want agressive go with BFG.
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Kumho MT/R kL71
32X11.5QR15
Blackwall Serv. Desc: 113Q
Load Rating C Price: $131.00 (each)
Estimated Availability: In Stock


I really like them and think you would. Kumho tires are very awesome and VERY affordable.
i like the look of those tires
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Do you want an angreesive look or not? If not I'd go with the Michelines, if you want agressive go with BFG.
X a billion.... I loved my BFG's on my old truck, but my michelins are better in the snow...
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