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Mud Terrains

Woke up to a call from the valley tire, and promptly went and picked up my new 265/75 16 mud terrains. I'm pretty excited, but the guy who was to sell me rims took off until the 1st of next month so I guess I have to wait a bit to try them out...

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Dude those are gonna make ur truck look sooooo sexy...
you goin white letters out? Thats the same size im styling.
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Those are gonna be sweet!
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those tires fit your stock 16's fine just mount them and go
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Got anymore pics of your truck with the 265 BF All Terrains?
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I have more pics but they're at home I'm on my fone.

I would put them on my stockers but I want to keep my all terrains on them, planning on getting some km2s on the stock rims next summer.

Not sure about white in or out... I do like white letters but I Also like black hmm.

edit: home now here's the only other pic I have now of all terrains, and for good measure one of the goodyear rt/s which didn't last very long due to not being much good.

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Damn those tires are gonna be sexy and loud! Two things that go great together!
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Damn those tires are gonna be sexy and loud! Two things that go great together!
what loud ???? not really boggers yes those are loud
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Old 07-22-2008
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the muds are not loud at all. i can barley hear them on the freeway.
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the muds are not loud at all. i can barley hear them on the freeway.
i like the way they sound, but your rite there not as loud as everyone says. mine ride great!
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yea the M/T's are not that loud they have a nice soothing sound to them.
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They are great tires. They are not loud at all. A little humming but u can barely hear them. They perform really well in all types of terrain and they sling some mud too.
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You will absolutely love them!!! I've had them on mine for 4 years now and no problems!!! Not a ton of miles though, but have not have any issues!!!
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Well its over in the shop right now getting the mts on the stock rims. Both sets of rims I had lined up crapped out on me. Monday or so ill have pics thanks to this being nightshift weekend. Decided on white letters out.
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sweet, lets see the new pics asap
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x2!!!
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x4 Its gonna look sweet!
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Allright...

I got a couple pics today, lots of rain but not a lot of mud? Anyways it's pretty obvious these tires are a LOT more agressive than the a/ts.

They get traction in a lot of places the a/ts were breaking loose and I haven't really had em in the mud yet. I did climb a loose dirt hill that I can't get up with a/ts on, but mud terrains I got all the way up to the fence at the top of the pit.

They dig like mad, sound awesome on the highway... now I want to lift it and get some km2s lol.

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look nice
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yea those bfg m/ts were the best investment Ive ever made.
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should've gotten the 285's but those are nice
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They looks great. Can you post up some side view shots of your truck overall? I'd like to see how the 265's fill the fender wells. Any more wheeling pics??
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Looks good! I really wouldn't wheel/daily drive on anything but m/ts now that i have them. They wheel awesome and really add some capability to my truck. I just couldn't see a/ts doing near the job!
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Those look awesome. X2 on more pics

This month BFG just came out with all common sizes on KM2's, you can get 265, and 32's on 15/16" rims. It is definitely too early to upgrade, but there is more variety now which is cool.
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