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post #1 of 5 Old 10-28-2011, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
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BFG Mud Terr. KM2

I am looking to get these for my dually 255/85-16 I would like to hear from the guys that have had these for awhile. I would like to know how many miles you are getting out of them.

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Mike with red dually i heard got a bunch of miles out of 37s on his dually. i just got a set of 37s put on my truck which i love the perform well in all conditions but sure are pricey.

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they are kind of loud on my truck but they wear alright

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Mine was wearing down fast on my 2001 F350 4x4 single rear,,, but I drive prudee agressive in the country with a lots of curves.... I sold em with about 20k on them,,, they would have not lasted me much longer. I went back to the BFG AT KO's,,, now need anopther set of themm too, but i got about 45k on these. mucho $$$ for the KM2's
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I have 345/75/16 (37.4x14.7) on my late 99 on a 6'' lift. I dont have many miles on them yet but this is my second set. First set got warranted out at 6000 miles because the beads were cracking, kinda scary. Bought tires from schwabs here in town, called the manager(guy i always deal with) told him what was up and he rushed in a whole new set no questions asked. He said BFG didnt even question him on the warranty. That says something about the company if you ask me. I have ran bfg's since i could drive on all my trucks. These are by far the best tires i have ever ran, way better than my toyo mts in every way except on ice..... They are the worst tires i have ever ran on ice. but they are also almost 15'' wide and i dont really know of any tire that would do great on ice being that wide.
As far as mileage? I have 7XXX miles on mine and are measuring only 1.5-2/32 less than new. Tire pressure is pretty important too i think. And rotate a lot, as with all mud tires.

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