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Old 12-22-2009
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Whats up neighbor, I'm just east of Reading at school.


I'd go with the BFG ATs....hell I'd go with anything over those Goodyears lol.
Greetings to you too. My fiance works up in Reading, heck of a commute from Hershey area.

I'm most likely leaning towards the BFG's or the Duratracs when the time comes to replace them. I really want to replace them now but it doesn't make much sense when they barely have 2K miles on them. I have a state vehicle for work so who knows when they'll wear out.
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give em to me...ill make short use of them. took me less then a year to burn through mine...as per the snow, they dont do to bad but they dont do great either, atleast around here...i will say this, they wear extremely fast if you dont rotate them or have a bad alignment.

my advice, m/ts,atz's or certain a/ts no highway tires..they blow *****
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give em to me...ill make short use of them. took me less then a year to burn through mine...as per the snow, they dont do to bad but they dont do great either, atleast around here...i will say this, they wear extremely fast if you dont rotate them or have a bad alignment.

my advice, m/ts,atz's or certain a/ts no highway tires..they blow *****
as much as I'd like to give them to you I can't. Saving for a house and spending money is not on the horizon for tires. I bought my 95 Tacoma with 47K about 7 years ago and the OEM RT/S' were just getting wore out.
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If you have the cash, go with BFG All Terrains..........the set that came with my Ranger (used) lasted 2 years (60,000 km's / 38K miles) and the second set I bought new lasted 4 years (95,000 km's / 60K miles).

Mind you, there are other tires that are out there that are just as good and not as expensive. BFG is an expensive brand tire to buy.
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I run Wrangler SR-A's. I would get stuck in about 1" of snow with the RT'S's not these do just fine in all kinds of snow.

FYI, the tread on the 31 x 10.5 SR-A's is completley different. its actually an all terrain tread.
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