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Old 12-10-2005
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Going into my 2nd winter with the A/T's that have 32,000 on them now. So far I haven't loaded "weight" into the truck yet, I'm trying to save on gas. Anyway last year with Clevelands record snowfall of 120" I was fine. I did about 40/60 highway/street driving in LOTS of bad conditions and my trusty BFG's were ALWAYS predictable. So far this year with 16" and counting they're doing good too! The only thing that isn't predictable is when the LSD is going to help or run and hide.

I have owned ProComp M/T's, Wrangler RT/S', various Continental and General tires. By far the BFG A/T is the best value for all year use as many others have said. If you live in a climate where there is snow/ice for 3 or more months the A/T is the way to go. My cousin-in-law also has them on his 4x2 F-150 and swears by them as well,tho he actually only uses them in winter!
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