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post #1 of 12 Old 12-04-2008, 05:03 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow BEST/BIGGEST A/T FOR MY STOCK '06 FX4 F-250?

Anyone know what the biggest tire I can fit on my stock '06 F-250 FX4 is? I have 33x12.50 Cooper STT's on there now, and would'nt mind less room in the fenderwell.
Also, I'm looking for the best 10 ply A/T tires to buy for the job. Any suggestions? Someone told me Nitto Terra Grapplers, or maybe Pro-Comp's, Bridgestone Duelers, OR BFG's?
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I would look at the Toyo Open Country A/T's, I have them on mine in 285/75/17 (34-11.50).

They are great so far, very little weight to balance and a good ride. They also have a 40K treadwear warranty.

I chose these for my stock wheels, many people run 35-12.50 on their stock wheels though and stock height without any problems.

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I would checkout the Toyo AT's great tires and they are LOAD Range E

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Nitto Terra Grappler vs. Toyo Open Country AT?

Which is better? Nitto Terra Grappler vs. Toyo Open Country AT?
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Which is better? Nitto Terra Grappler vs. Toyo Open Country AT?
I think the Nittos look a little better but the toyos are the best as far as treadlife.
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Which is better? Nitto Terra Grappler vs. Toyo Open Country AT?
Nitto and Toyo are made by the same company, and the tread on both tires is very similar. I think they're both good tires, but the Nitto's are usually priced a little better. The Nitto's or Toyo's are what I'd go with if I were you, BFG's wear great but they're overpriced and don't clean out if you're going to be in any mud.



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Has nittos and toyos both, like them both... Will go with nittos when these LOUD DC's wear down!! lol... I did have a blow out with toyos howevere... Apparently the tire couldn't handle the weight of a 3/4 ton truck rolling over a rusty jagged pipe layin in a pasture... Who'da thunkit!?!? lol
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I have pro comp Xtreme A/T and they are awesome. Great on the road, and even more impressive off road. I hit the dunes in Cali a lot and they work great for me.
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