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I bought a 2000 f250 reg. cab 7.3 6 speed truck bout a month ago. Its lifted 6 inches and has 35'' toyo mts on it, but i wanna go with a 37'' all terrain or the toyo mt. for my money what tire is gonna last the longest out of the all terrains out there and the toyo mt? what kinda mileage are yall getting?

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BFGs will last the longest.

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I have the toyo mt's in 37's and Im at about 13k and Id say about 50-60% tread left. Im happy with the wear so far, and im pretty hard on em too.

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Originally Posted by Zaairman View Post
BFGs will last the longest.
That's what I heard but the price is crazy. I just put some Trail Grapplers on. Seen a lot of good stuff about them. I got about 40k out of my old Kumho m/t's and expect the same outta these. These are much quieter tho. The bfg's were like double the price.

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