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post #1 of 14 Old 08-17-2012, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Help with new All Terrain

So I have some time until I desperatly need new tires, but its never to early to start the thinking process. My biggest concern and issue is I want something around the 295-305 range in an All Terrain. I've been doing some research and I've discovered alot of people are running these Hankook Dynapro AT's and really seem to like them. But I've got some Cooper AT's on mine now and like them too. Is anyone running these Hankook's? If so are you happy with them?

Here are some tires I've considered: BFG AT, GoodYear Dura Tracs, Nitto Terra Grapplers etc.

Also please throw out other suggestions if you have any at all!
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I have the hankook in a 315 and really like them got about 25k on them so far

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Are they wearing pretty good? and I guess the most important thing is I need something aggressive but mostly something that I'll have little flats with. I live in an area of tons of mesquite trees and driving over the thorns is unavoidable so I NEED something thats durable enough to hold air if that makes sense.
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also how big can I go without rubbing at all? my truck is completely stock heighth. I've heard people going as big as 35" on a stock truck. I would like a 305 but all I'm seeing is 315's in things I would want. so can I fit those 315 with no lift and no rub?
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Can't tell you Bout tire rub issues but I have had really good luck with the BFG all terrain


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Does anyone know how big you can go on the stock height? It's time for me to replace my tires too. I have been running BFG, and I love them, but I def want to go bigger.

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Ive run BFGs, Nittos, and am currently running a set of Cooper at3s. I absolutely love my Coopers. BFGs would be my next choice, but they dont hold up on gravel roads.

I had a set of Nitto Terre grapplers and for running the highway they were OK, But for any kind of offroad they were awful. and they wore fast. Probly never own another set.

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