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Old 10-27-2004
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well i will be getting new tires soon hopefully before winter hits but anyways... i was thinking about going with dueler a/t revos 265/75/16 and i will be doing towing next year just about every weekend so do i go with a C load range or a E load range... and if anyone can tell me how the revos do?
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Intresting 9-11 Pentagon info (Makes you think)

All i hear is good reviews on the Revo's...

Maybe check out www.tirerack.com, and read thier reviews...

Maybe Jacob, Jon or Brian will chime in here soon for personal experiences...


Also, moved to wheels and tires
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I hear very good things from revos, but I will always go with a BFG a/t hands down any day!
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My dad is replacing his A/Ts with Revos soon.
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Some random rambling and thoughts. :D

I'd probably just go with the C load range. E will cost more and is excessive.
(unless you have an f350)
It would also be alot stiffer.

You would be ok with just the p-metric.. but the LT tire has other advantages such as deeper tread.

The revo has about 90% of the capability of the bfg offroad and is ALOT better on pavement, dry or wet.

With my toyos.. I have never been stuck (where another tire would have helped)

Revos are currently one of THE hottest/best a/t tires out there.

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I agree!
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thanks guys
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