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Old 11-23-2007, 11:37 AM
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bfg mud terrains?

I've been looking for a new set of tires to put on my 2000 f-250. From what I've seen the BFG Mud Terrains are a good tire for mostly road driving and light off road use, and good looks. Does anyone have any experience with these?
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I had some years ago on a '77 cheby I had, put about 30K on them, gave to a friend (got rid of the '77) he put another 100k on them before replacing them. I'm sure someone else on here has run them on a stroker. BTW
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i was running the bfg all terrian, 33x12.5x16.5, and was extremly happy with them. i couldnt tell you about the mud terrian. being from bfg, i'm sure they will serve you well.
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I'm running them now in 315 size on stock rims. I likem.
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I had 31s on a Tacoma a while back, Thought they held up really well, and had decent manners on the street.
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Mud terrains will wear faster than A/Ts .I ran 315 A/Ts on my 97 F350 they were really good on hiway, snow,sand,and did alright in moderate mud 15" or less

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Question 315s on 06 ?

was wondering how much rubbing will occur if change to 315s with stock 20" rims with only the 2" leveling kit?
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I'm running them now in 315 size on stock rims. I likem.
Do you have any lift or leveling kit on your truck to fit those?
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ive got the 33-12.50-16.5 all terrains on there now, but im looking for somthing with a more aggressive look.
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With BFG M/Ts Fuel mileage will go down slightly, unless you plan on alot of mud,then they are a good choice otherwise I would suggest Mickey thompson BAJA ATZ, Pro comp XTerrain, Dick Cepek FCII, they will wear better on the highway yet still look more aggressive than BFG A/Ts Because of the aggressive side wall protection and slightly more aggressive tread pattern. If you want aggressive go with Dick Cepeck CRUSHERS I read a decent review in Petersons 4WHEEL & OFF-ROAD magazine
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