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Old 12-12-2011, 11:15 AM
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NEED NEW TIRES

ok ive done this before , and was set to get the Duratracs, but they are out of stock and backordered every where.....Goodyear is saying not sure when next production run will be...so im thinking of BF Goodrich A/T KO's

any input.? they are snow rated with the snow flake,which i want, plus i need wet road traction...my toyo m/t's have little..
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Old 12-12-2011, 11:32 AM
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Just put a set of BFG TA KOs on the truck. It's only rained a couple of times since. They did fine. I wanted to Mountain/Snowflake thing too because sometimes I head up toward Oregon (Weed, CA - North state) or on rare occasions, into Oregon. To Bend to be exact. Grandkids live there with their Dad. I haven't yet had these in the snow.

I had Toyo OC AT on the last time I was in Bend and they did fine, but those were $300 more than the BFGs. I'll have to see if they do as good as everyone says they're supposed to.
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Old 12-12-2011, 12:10 PM
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The KOs are a very good tire. People seem to get good mileage out of them and they provide good traction as well.
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I only use bf 's I have those on mine with 45,000 on them have lots of tread left
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Mickey Thompson ATZ or MTZ are hard to beat. quiet and amazing in every condition. they have the best techology
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Cooper AT3s are awesome. I have 6 plys on my truck they bite in the snow, they go great on the road when dry, corner awesome can push them harder than the Fuzion XTis i had. Really a stout tire put 10k miles on them they still look new havent measured the tread depth but i do know they are the deepest treads i have seen in a long time. Very very stout tires and great in the rain. I used to kick my truck sideways with the XTis in the snow and hard rain, these coopers i cant get them to break lose for the life of me.
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Im running the hankook dynapro and love them and they are a good price and are good on the highway and off road
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Cooper AT3s are awesome. I have 6 plys on my truck they bite in the snow, they go great on the road when dry, corner awesome can push them harder than the Fuzion XTis i had. Really a stout tire put 10k miles on them they still look new havent measured the tread depth but i do know they are the deepest treads i have seen in a long time. Very very stout tires and great in the rain. I used to kick my truck sideways with the XTis in the snow and hard rain, these coopers i cant get them to break lose for the life of me.
looked at them, but they dont make them very big, and they dont have enough of a load rating........nice box by the way
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