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Old 06-13-2008
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I love my BFG A/T's, they were amazing in everything I've used them for. In the mucky stuff they do get clogged up pretty quickly but it mud. I would buy the General AT2's next time though. I can get those for $115 for 33's while I paid $125 for my 31's. I've had Toyo Open Country A/T's and they were a great street tire. Did great in the snow, rain, everything but the mud. The tire I'd really love to get next time would be the Toyo Open Country M/T's. But I'm a pretty cheap bastard so that probably won't happen. ha ha ha.
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im rocking big foots from big o! oh yeah personally i have never seen them on another truck on the road near me lol.
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I prefer the mud terrain, and I have owned a 33 bfg at, 33 bfg mt, and 35 mt...I like the mt overall.
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Thanks for all the input.

I've had a MAJOR problem with the powder coating thing. What a pain... anyway the wheels are now re-polished and I'm going to "zoops" them before mounting a new set of tires here pretty soon. Looking like Oct.

I'll post pics when they are on.

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I have them and I love them. They work well for me. I do a lot of driving around and they work well in the dirt and on the road. I can tell a big difference between my BFG A/T and the stock Goodyear RT/S in the rain. The BFGs are 10x better. Get them and you'll be happy!
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I had BFG All Terrains on my Bronco and I kick myself every day in the *** for not keeping them before I sold the truck.

I was going to go with them on the Ranger this fall when I needed new tires, but that didn't work out and I got a hell of a bargain on my Goodyear MTR's.

My vote is- BFG All Terrains.
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I won't get another set of BFG A/T's I am having a heck of a time with them bouncing my truck all around, other than that they are a great tire, but I want to try something different. They are the only tire I have bought a second set. I would also steer clear of the Toyo Open Country's. my boss had them on his truck and I drove it all the time and they just suck any way you look at them, no wet traction or mud traction, and they ride kinda rough.
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Dont EVER BUY KHUMO KL71's!!!!!! if had them for like 15k miles and they are absolutely terrible!! they are impossibly to keep balances and they are about 75% worn! Everyone I know that has had them hates them, they are wayyy too soft. look nasty yes but performance sucks
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Dont EVER BUY KHUMO KL71's!!!!!! if had them for like 15k miles and they are absolutely terrible!! they are impossibly to keep balances and they are about 75% worn! Everyone I know that has had them hates them, they are wayyy too soft. look nasty yes but performance sucks
I know a couple guys on this site that have them and love them, no problems at all.
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Old 08-21-2008
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I cant say enough about my BFG's. The kick *** and last forever, and with any tire, you have to rotate them to get the full life out of them. Maybe one day i'll change and try the M/T instead of the A/T. You wont be dissapointed!
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i had them on my jeep


i wasnt to fond of them, i was in the mud alot and they didnt work too well.
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go with the bfg all-terrains they got an aggressive look solid white letters for the street look they ride quite and smooth awesome in snow. We had 15"s of snow last year and I never got stuck I could go 40 mph in that snow with these things the handling is awesome.
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Guys he's already chosen the BFGs, you don't have to keep convincing him lol
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How about 32/11.5/15 BFG Mud KM2's, oh yeah!! Supposed to be quieter if that was an issue before.
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Old 08-28-2008
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Guys he's already chosen the BFGs, you don't have to keep convincing him lol

LOL.. well yeah I suppose. But I haven't bought them yet either!

I got my wheels back and bought some zoop. I'll clean and coat them this weekend. I think by the first of Oct. I'll have the cash ready for the rubber and mounting. So.. I'd say about the first week in October I'll get-er-done and post up some pics.


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I think I'm going to buy a set of the bfg a/t's and some soft 8's for winter wheels and tires. I LOVE my BFG M/T's, but I want something that will perform better on snow and ICE.. cause we get alot of that usually.

I had BFG A/T's last winter, and they marched around everywhere I wanted to go, I didnt usually lose traction unless I wanted too LOL, although I may still consider something else, since i'm solely looking for a snow/ice tire.
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