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What do you have?

For me...Goodyear Eagle GTIIs, 225/70R15. I like them, they are great on the street, but I will be putting some larger tires that are more suited to the dirt on the truck when I get around to it.
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Bridgestone Dueler Revo 31's

They ROCK!!! awesome traction and NO road noise
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33 x 12.50 Maxxis Buckshot Mudders
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BFGoodrich All-Terrain TA KO's, of the LT265/75R16 variety. I'm kind of tempted to go mud-terrain for my next tire, but I'm not sure I want to, since i'm not sure I'm going to wheel the Ranger much (if at all) any more.
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LT245/75R16 Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revos <-- The Best!
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BFG AT TA KO's, same as Skot, just in stock 31x10.5 form. I actually think I might go for an all-season instead next time, depending on the mileage I get from these. I don't 'wheel' enough to really utilize these as it is. Although it would kick *** to get some all-season's for summer use and keep these as snow tires. They kick some *** in the snow..
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32" bfgs and mickey thompsons...

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32x11.50 uniroyal laredo mud terrains
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LED's Vs. Bulbs

33x12.5x15 Dunlop Mud Rovers
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33x12.5x17 ProComp Mud Terrains
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BFG AT KO 31 x 10.5 on 15" stock Alcoa rims.
The rim/tire combo along with the torsen rear are the only reason to spend more money to get the Level II. The rest is fluff or can be found on other stock Rangers.
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265/75R16 Yokohama Geolander A/Ts

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32x11.50x15" BFG Mud Terrains

the next truck will have

35x12.50x?? BFG Mud Terrains
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Bridgestone Dueler A/T Revos LT265/75R16
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4 33x12.50 Sport King A/Ts for the street

4 33x12.50 BFG M/T KMs for Tellico/ Uwharrie
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33x12.5x16 Interco TrXus on 16x10 Outlaw II wheels

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Goodyear Wrangler RS/As, 265/70R17 (32x10.5x17.) When they wear out I plan to replace them with Firestone Firehawk Indy 500s in the same size.
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i still have the stock goodyear wranglers on my truck...

but in my opinion, for general offroad the toyo open country a/t and m/t are great...

for the road i would go with any type of yokahamas...
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I have 32X11.50 Big O Pathmax tires and 15X8 Pacer 164U wheels. I didn't think these tires would do too good when I first bought them since they aren't really common but they have worked great so far. Excellent handling on road, in water, and they did pretty good when I went mudding. 7500+ miles on them and wearing fine.

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Pirelli Scorpion Zero 255/45/18


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Nitto NT-555 235/45/ZR17s. KILLER deal on these too, no taxes or fees. Saved a pretty penny on them and they look hot!!!!
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Just replaced worn out 32X11.5X15 Mastercraft Courser M/T's

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33X12.5X15 BFG AT K/O's and I miss the hum of a good M/T.......
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P metric 265/75R16 Toyo Open Country A/T's (32x10.5)



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Procomp Xterrains 33x12.5 15

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whe I get my adapters...I'll be running 18" wheels with Nitto Extreme 255/50/18s
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