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alright its about time for me to get some new tires. I have 35" Mickey Thompsons MTZ's on my truck now and were looking for some differ tires. What is your suggestion?
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BFG's A/T

That's the only off road tire I have had and I love them
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I had bfg and loved them too. But was looking for something alil more different.
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I have toyo mt's right now but I think i'm going to go with km2's when its time to get new ones
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how did you like your toyo's?
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I love my mtz's but im looking for something with alil more humm to the tire.
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my g/f's dad had toyo at's on his 250 and loved 'em. alot quieter and smoother than nitto at's. i'd look into them. can be a little pricey though.

if you want humm, you need super swampers.
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they seem to be a good tire I dont really wheel my truck but I have herd they are not that good in the mud. they are pretty quiet for being a mt. I have herd that the nitto mud grapplers are loud on the road if thats what your looking for.
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toyo mt is a heaaavy tire. u really have endless possibilities. what u goin for? looks, comfort, offroad capabilities. narrow those down and ull narrow down your choices
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well I try and offroad every chance I get. I just want something different. Whats the widest tire you can fit on a 15x10" rim?
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dunlop mud rovers i love mine on my truck and they do great in the snow mud and one the streets
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well I try and offroad every chance I get. I just want something different. Whats the widest tire you can fit on a 15x10" rim?
probably a 14.50 tire if not wider
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dunlop mud rovers i love mine on my truck and they do great in the snow mud and one the streets
i hear they make those in 225/70/15s too, im half tempted to get em as my next tire if i dont go with cobra rims
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just checked, smallest is 235/75/15 which i think is a 29

dont really want the mpg decrease from the bigger tires
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the dmcm's do look good. its always hard to pick
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KM2 BFG MT's is what I'd go with, well actually I would go with MTZ's but you want something different.
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