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Old 02-16-2013, 03:38 AM
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325-60-20 bfg at pics

Hey, I just thought I would post a few pics of my tires that have been sitting in my shop for months. When I was wanting them I couldnt find any good pics so here are some close ups. I will post more once they are on tbe truck. They are almost identical in size as my toyo 35-12.50-20.



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Old 02-16-2013, 04:28 AM
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Those look really good
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Old 02-16-2013, 05:09 AM
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I wish I could afford the BFGs They are awesome looking tires and I have always had great durability out of them. Now get some pics posted of them on the truck!
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Old 02-17-2013, 04:57 AM
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I will post them as soon as they are on. I promise.
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Nice wheels want to get some like that that for my truck
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Our hummer h2 has 40k on them and still have half tread. Granted that's not a 8000 pound truck but they do last a good while.
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I'm thinking mine are going to end up lasting about 60-70,000 miles.

Look at my sig... that's what's on there now. Quiet tires and decent ride quality. The sidewalls don't handle abuse very well (they are not armored :-p ) and they're not great in low traction situations.

It's the price you pay for a tire that is better for street with occasional off-roading in mind.
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I have original wheels with all terrain and getting balanced they lasted me 139000 miles..... i really need to change them
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I'm thinking mine are going to end up lasting about 60-70,000 miles.

Look at my sig... that's what's on there now. Quiet tires and decent ride quality. The sidewalls don't handle abuse very well (they are not armored :-p ) and they're not great in low traction situations.

It's the price you pay for a tire that is better for street with occasional off-roading in mind.
I love your quote under your picture
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