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post #1 of 22 Old 04-29-2012, 01:07 PM Thread Starter
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What tire is everyone rompin with?

What kind of tire is everyone using?

Lookin to upgrade tires, truck came with some baldies. Thinking KUMHO Dynapro 265/75/16, same size tire that is on the truck presently. Dynapro's have gotten some really good reviews. Not an offroading kinda guy, highway/city driving, in the fields some for work.

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I also would like to know.

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I put BFG AT KO "E" (265/75R16 - stock for me too) on about 5000 miles ago. They seem to be doing okay so far. I had Toyo Open Country A/Ts on before. They lasted about 45K...good tires. I was going to go with them again, but they were about $300 more a set than the BFGs. Really didn't have the extra $ to spend this time.


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BFG a/t are an good all around tire for highway and some off road use. meaning you won't get stuck in wet grass like some tires. they even do ok in soft sand and mud if you air down.

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I don't know if they make them in the size your needing but I Love my Nitto's! Never thought anything would beat the Toyo's I had but I'm here to say the Terra Grapplers grip crazy good, ride comfort is better, and they come in a large selection of sizes. Good luck.

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37x12.5x16.5 goodyear m/t's

Pros -cheap in price (used military)
-Thick tread that lasts long

Cons -not the best for snow
-replacement rim seems impossible! All I seem to find is pro comp series 52 which has a load rating of 2000 lbs. Wish companies still manufactured a 16.5x9.75. . . . .
-heavier than most tires it's size


I need to change tires. . . .

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40K+ miles on my 35" Cepek Fun Country II tires. Probably have another 10-15K left in them. I'll replace them with the same.

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Hankook Dynapro HT is what I have on mine. Works well for me.




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running Coopers from discount tire.

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Il running procomp extremes and absolutely love them, but my next tire is definitely going to be nitto mud grapplers


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