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i like em
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Man thats real sweet looking! I really like the look of BFG tires, I love how my KDW2s look and both the KM mud terrains!
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If those are around the same price as they are now, I'll be the first person on the block with those in 15's
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Very nice! Any idea what kind of mileage you can expect to get out of these or how they perform compared to the old MT tread design?
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Very nice! Any idea what kind of mileage you can expect to get out of these or how they perform compared to the old MT tread design?
they share tread design with the krawler. The krawler is nearly unstopable.
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nice tire!
i like those.. a lot!

maybe when it comes time for new tires... hopefully 3-4 years, ill look into those if i dont get swampers....
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hell, if they work near as good as krawlers, and last as long as BFG MTs..... why get anything else? haha
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Nice! I hope they sell 'em in 36x13.5x15s!
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How well do you think they work in snow?
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^^^ Probably not great. Snow and mud take 2 totally different kinds of tire. If you have heavy snow (I see you live in Colorado) you don't want any mud tire. AT or dedicated snow tires are your best bet...
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Man how would you like to be a tire tester for a living...
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^^^ It would be fun! I wonder if they make any money?? hahaha...
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Johnny likey.
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I wonder if they make any money??
Who cares the give you free tires to try out... and they make you go 4 wheeling! Hell id pay them to do this!
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at 399.99/each for 335/55q/r22..... uh i think ill pass
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they are making them for 22s???


why the hell didnt they start at 16.5 or 15"?
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Nice! I hope they sell 'em in 36x13.5x15s!

for 1.6 mil they are all yours!
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they are making them for 22s???


why the hell didnt they start at 16.5 or 15"?

16.5 is out the door

heck there are not many sizes in 15s anymore.

guys with the money for those tires probably run 17s or more!
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at 399.99/each for 335/55q/r22..... uh i think ill pass
Is that price acurate? I can't find anything showing a price.
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16.5 is out the door

heck there are not many sizes in 15s anymore.

guys with the money for those tires probably run 17s or more!

well what i said earlier about if they lasted as long as MTs and were near as good as Krawlers i would find the money for them.. but it looks like ill get a set of Krawlers b4 those..
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that price is so high because those are limited edition tires. They didnt make many of them and the mold for a single tire is very very pricey. they were made for a SEMA vehicle originally IIRC.
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well they should produce them, me likey
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thats the point of this thread. They are producing them. The 22" rim size was a limited edition tire. They are going to be making them in all sizes.
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16.5 is out the door

heck there are not many sizes in 15s anymore.

guys with the money for those tires probably run 17s or more!
16.5" rims are not being sized out. and BFG has already told people these tires will be out for 16.5" rims.
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Military hummer rims are 16.5" wheels and they are very popular among off-roaders because you can get double-beadlocked wheels (often times with 36" tires attached to em) for REALLY cheap. I've seen 4 brand new ones with wheels and tires go for $400.
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