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Old 03-31-2010, 06:59 PM
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which tires to run

i need to buy a new set of tires for my 99 f250 psd. im running bfgoodrich allterrain t/a and i hate them. barley made it to 12000. i haul a lot of fire wood so i wouldnt want anything soft. looking for all terrain tires as for i do mostly highway driving. anyone with eviews on any tires would help me out. i dont know which ones to get.
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Alot of us run Nitto Terra Grapplers and love them. Smooth ride and quiet. You could look into the Dura Grapplers too. Those are ultra long wearing but not the best off road.
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I like my tires on and off road . Quiet, built for heavy pulling and longevity. I'm not the only one either

Love my new tires!
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I had a '99 250 that ate tires. The best set I ever used were Firestone Transforse A/T's.
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my dad ran a set of Michelin LTX/AT 265/75R16s for 80,000 miles on his 99 F-350.
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i saw some pro comp all terrain severe weathers on jcwhitney for $150. has anyone ran these or know anyone that has? with any good or bad feed back. i have seen people running nittos but wasnt sure if they would hold up and reliability. thanks for the info
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