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Unread 08-29-2011, 04:40 PM   #31
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^^ Those are the best pictures anyone can ask for^^
Except for the broken tailpipe bracket that I just noticed....

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Unread 08-29-2011, 06:24 PM   #32
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Thanks to all those that replied...thanks Matt for coming through with the close ups. How did the BFGs do?
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You are welcome.

The Ol' Girl easily crawled over everything our hunting trail had for it, last weekend. I'm very pleased with the BFGs, so far. They seem to have great road manners, and are more than adequate off-road. I think there's a reason they've been making them for decades...they simply work.

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Yeah....I have had them on a couple of trucks...heavy 3/4 ton diesel trucks.....the only thing I noticed was when they got in the snow...the rubber compound is so hard they become like hockey pucks.....but always did well.
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Hey Matt, if you measure your tires, are they measureing a true 32"?
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Hey Matt, if you measure your tires, are they measureing a true 32"?

Nah, I have no clue how these tire companies come up with their sizes.

My old 31"/10.50s measured about 29" new, and these 32"/11.50s are about 30.5" with 35 psi.

They must determine sizes with about 100 psi in them. Dunno.

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