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Old 07-05-2013, 06:53 PM
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nitto vs bfgs

ok so i got my wheels figured out lift figured out and what size tires i wanna run but im having trouble deciding what i want. i have had nitto trail grapplers on my cummins when they first came out and i kept them and put them i my duramax when i got rid of the dodge. the nittos did very well for me and lasted pretty good but everyone in my town has them now and i dont want to be like everyone else so i am looking at bfgoodrich at ko i do alot of driving around town and i also do alot of driving on gravel roads but i need a tire that can get me through a field when its a little wet and can get me through a little mud if need be i dont take my truck mudding because it tears stuff up. anyone run these? are they good or bad or have any suggestions on something thats gonna look good and perform good?
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Old 07-05-2013, 07:14 PM
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BFG's on my last truck always held gravel

My storage area had gravel and the lakes around Me had gravel

probably about a 1/2 size so it was always chucking them into the wheel wells at higher speeds
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thats what i have read but im not sure what to get i love my trail grapplers but since everyone intown has them and toyo mts i wanna get something different that looks aggressive and lasts and does what i need them to do i really dont care about noise
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Old 07-05-2013, 07:51 PM
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look at Procomp Extreme they did Me awesome 50k

My Toyo Mt's are wearing waay to fast

other than those I don't have any personal experience other than Big tires
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Pro comp X terrains are great , i love them
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Hankook Dynapro MT, I got a buddy that has them on his Dodge 2500 Cummins and his truck goes through a lot of mud. I had 325/65r18 BFG AT KO's on my 2010 F150 and if I wasn't in 4wd I wasn't going anywhere in mud. Actually Me and a buddy in a stock 2011 GMC 1500 with 275/65r18 Goodyear Duratracs had a compitition to see who could go farther in the mud in 2wd. Funny thing is I went first, got stuck, he pulled me out. Then he went bounced through my ruts and made it to the end in 2wd... Also if you live in a place with snowy winters I'd suggest Goodyear Duratrac's. I run them on my F350 and its gone through some mud and snow with no problems.
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