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Old 02-27-2009, 09:03 AM
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New Tires on my 02' F250

I finally decided to just go ahead and put the 325/60/20 BFG All-terrain's on my 02' F-250 XLT Crew 4x4. I think they look great on the truck. I did have to trim the black plastic on the lower front bumber about 1/2 inch. Other than that they ride great and I can't even hear them at all. Let me know what you guys think.




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looks good!
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I am a big fan of the BFG All Terrains as well. I am sure they are quieter than the Mud Grapplers. Did you consider the Nitto Terra Grapplers?
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looks great man!!
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I am a big fan of the BFG All Terrains as well. I am sure they are quieter than the Mud Grapplers. Did you consider the Nitto Terra Grapplers?
I did, but I have read some things about the tread life on them. I have run the BFG AT/KO's on a few of my old trucks and I loved them and the price difference between the BFG and the Nitto in the 325/60/20 size is very close so I chose the BFG's.

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Looks good. I love white letter tires!
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Tires look good but i'm not diggin the wheels.
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Tires look good but i'm not diggin the wheels.
I love these wheels. They were on the truck when I bought it. They are Moto Metal 951's I think.

To each his own though.
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looks good man like the truck
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Looks good dude! No matter what my next truck turns out to be, it will be riding on 35" BFG AT's. Best truck tire I've ever had.
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