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BFG Trac Edge

A truck at my fire station has BFG Trac Edge tires. I like look of them but have never seen them on any other truck before.

Anyone have any experience with them.
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thats interesting. ive never seen them either.
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Looks to be a great mud/all terrain tire like the DC-Fun County II.
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bet they are expensive :-(
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Looks like a DC Fun Country
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I heard of them, but thought you could only get them for racing?? Special order??
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I dont know how my department got them. I bet they have had them at least 5 years probably more like 10.
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They look like the BFG Commercial Traction T/A's. I know that we dont have them in any of our Info manuals at work. They could be a store specific tire (only at one store, eg. pepboys).
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Looks neat. Find some more info on these. I might be interested. But Im gonna go ahead and chop my arm and leg off. lol
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They look military aka old school like 80's.
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I cant find thay many pics.

If anyone can find more, post up.
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Hell I'd contact BFG. I'm sure they'll know something.
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arent these discontinued
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BFG used to make alot of one off application tires back in the day and didnt keep them out like so it prob was one of those runs
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commercial traction tires.
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I have seen them before, come to think of it I think of it I think they were on some brush trucks at different fire depts. I kinda like them.
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Mike. They are on a Brush truck at my dep.
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Mike. They are on a Brush truck at my dep.
An old Ford, Dodge or Chevy with a tank in the bed or a mini-pupper?
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An old Ford, Dodge or Chevy with a tank in the bed or a mini-pupper?
Its an old Chevy. It used to be our brush truck but we have converted it to our snow plow and utility truck. Its been out of service for probably 15 years.
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