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Old 08-06-2008, 12:46 PM
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Whos run the bfg mud terrains? I'm looking into getting a set for my 04, but I wanted yall's input before I order them. By the way, the truck isn't lifted or leveled, I like it at stock height. I'm just wondering if these tires are worth the money.
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:01 PM
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Good tire but dont last if you do mostly on road driving. my buddy had them on his dodge a couple years ago couldnt get more than 20k out of a set of 35's
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Ive heard with proper rotation and not doin burnouts you can get 50k out of em pretty easy.
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:05 PM
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The BFG mud terrains lasted me longer than the all terrains..
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I have the BFG KM2 mud tires and the wear great shoot they still look like new and I have run them for months on my daily driver.
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How about the road noise? I expect em to be a little noisier than an a/t, but I don't want tires I can hear over my straight exhaust either.
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:12 PM
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Noise isnt bad for an MT
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How about the road noise? I expect em to be a little noisier than an a/t, but I don't want tires I can hear over my straight exhaust either.
They will humm, they may wear out quick too. What do you do with the truck.

I like my Wild Spirit TXR's aka Wild Country TXR. They are a hybrid between an A/T and a M/T.
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:19 PM
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I'm on gravel or pavement 75% of the time, it's the other 25% of the time that has been troubling me lately. The toyo open country a/t's I've been running for the past 10,000 miles haven't impressed me a bit. If I'm going to be putting tires on a truck every 25,000 miles, I'm going to have something that will get me out of the mud. I doubt the toyos have much more than another 10,000 in them. I used to drive the truck to work every day, but now I've got a co. truck, so it only sees limited use in the evenings and around the farm.
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Whos run the bfg mud terrains? I'm looking into getting a set for my 04, but I wanted yall's input before I order them. By the way, the truck isn't lifted or leveled, I like it at stock height. I'm just wondering if these tires are worth the money.
best tire I have had, I have had mine for almost a year and the tread hardly looks worn.
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