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post #1 of 408 Old 11-27-2004, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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All Terrain Tires

Here are some popular All Terrian tires. Most taken from Tirerack. Agian, if anyone has any corrections, prove it to me and I'll make the adjustment. Also if anyone has any feedback, just PM me. I'll be adding some 16s on all these too, just gimme some time to get these up.

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post #4 of 408 Old 12-02-2004, 02:29 PM
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I now have a set of 32X11.5R15 BFG Mud Terrains. But before I had those I had a set of 32X11.5R15 BFG All Terrains They were a GREAT road tire. Low noise, GREAT wear, good wet traction, GREAT on the roads in snow, and even good in deep snow. I would reccomend if you will be driving your rig 90% on road get these tires cause they are great offroad too!

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post #5 of 408 Old 01-01-2005, 02:10 PM
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I have Yoko, geolanders on my 97GC I'v put 30K on them. I do a 4 tire rotation every 7.5K Frt tires get a X Rear tires go to Frt.
I have a floor jack and air comp, at home.
Bought my tires at Tire Rack in Ind, 2yrs ago. About 100miles from my house.
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i have cooper AT tires on and they are great

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Nitto TerraGraplers
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Awsome tires nuff said

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how come the goodyear MTR is in the AT thread?
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post #9 of 408 Old 01-11-2005, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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how come the goodyear MTR is in the AT thread?
Thats a very common misconception. They are not Mud Tires, so I put em in the All Terrian section. MT/R stands for Maxium Traction / Re-enforced (good on rocks, not mud)

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post #10 of 408 Old 01-13-2005, 12:19 AM
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I had BFG AT's and they were great. Awesome in the snow and sand ok in mud and good in the rain Deff a great AT tire



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I had BFG AT's and they were great. Awesome in the snow and sand ok in mud and good in the rain Deff a great AT tire



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x2, they exceeded my expectations for an AT tire in thick mud, but now that i got my MT's i get thru mud a lot easier

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Any opinions on the Bridgestone Revos here? The MT/Rs will be for sale; I'm no rock crawler, and the Goodyears don't have much bite on wet roads.
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I have a 2" ProComp lift and OEM wheels...can I fit 32's on my wheels and not rub? I currently have 31's and have no rub.
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I had a set of BFG AT's in the Poconos (=serious snow) & didn't like them at all
They were good on dry & wet roads & in loose sandy trails but mud & snow clogged them up fast!

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post #15 of 408 Old 04-12-2005, 09:34 AM
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what about Mickey T's they have a couple of new tires too. Dont have any experiance with them, I think ProComp has a new AT also.

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