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i'm gettin a set of Goodrich Mud-terrains. anythoughts? how do they wear?

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Great tires. My buddie has a set on his 3/4 Dodge and has about 20,000 miles on em, looks like about half tread left

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Dont know about wear yet, but they sound like mud tires. Just got mine couple weeks ago.

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i'm gettin a set of Goodrich Mud-terrains. anythoughts? how do they wear?

jake
You can also go out to Discount Tire, Custom Wheels, Truck & Car Rims | Discount Tire Co.

And look up the size you want and see if there are reviews out there. I looked at mine, and there were enough reviews to help me form an opinion. Good luck.

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Never heard anything bad about them.

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i have had them and they last pretty long but their are more aggressive tires out their that last longer. their are also other muds that last longer for less money or same price. just my opinion but the bfgs are good dont get me wrong.

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thanks guys its good to not hear anything bad!!!

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I have bfg all terrain ta's on my truck. They are a great tire but i rotate them every 5000 miles or else they wear funny........
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I have had Dunlop Mud Rovers, Firestone Destination MT's. and BFG MT's. I can say the Dunlops will last forever. Seriously those things are round hunks of concrete. Probably the least agressive of the 3. Firestones are really agressive. Had some on my 1/2 ton ram but they wore awful because of agressiveness. The BGF is good wearer, Keep em rotated good, and make sure you have some decent shocks to keep em from bouncing and wearing bad. The dunlops are also the cheaper. THen probably the firestone and bfg the highest, but nowhere near as high as those goodyears. Woooo that buggas are expensive.

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I have bfg all terrain ta's on my truck. They are a great tire but i rotate them every 5000 miles or else they wear funny........
mine wear funny too and i have the goodyear mt only the front one though.

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