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Old 03-12-2009, 09:14 PM
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What 35's to get?

I have a 97 F250 HD 4x4 lifted 4" currently with 35" Nitto Terra Grapplers. They seem to be pretty good tires but don't have much tread left. I just got the truck a couple weeks ago. I am looking for a new set of tires and want some advise on which tires you guys are having good luck with. I would consider another set of Terra Grapplers but am keeping the options open. This truck sees at least 5 miles each day of gravel and dirt roads but also considerable highway time so something in between and AT and MT would be perfect. Any input is appreciated.

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Old 03-12-2009, 09:17 PM
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I like the Terra Grapplers.
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Old 03-12-2009, 09:20 PM
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X2 on Nitto's, this is my 2nd set i've owned! They ride great & have a pretty long life to them!!
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I like BFG ATs I run them on both my trucks in 35s and they do great
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Old 03-12-2009, 09:29 PM
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I love the BFG KM2's. Toyo's are really good too..
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Cooper all terrains here.
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if ur lookin for a good AT...bfg all terrains are the best to get..they last longer than terra grapplers..and cheaper i do believe..i know a guy who got 77k out of his BFg Ats...i personally have Toyo Mts on mine...which i have read last the longest of any MTs...but i shall find out!
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Old 03-16-2009, 03:34 PM
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I got 90 K out of my BFGs on a different truck. When i sold them the guy still ran them for another year.
I personally like the Walmart liberator brand. i ran them on my work truck and I consistently get 60 K out of them. Im on my third set on the same truck.
Pretty much any tire ot there will run 40K.
I would go for a all terrain since longevity and highway seem to be your main concerns.
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Old 03-16-2009, 03:53 PM
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i had the walmart uniroyal liberator Ats also..they were on my truck before i put on the new rims and toyos after i put the lift in...we hauled alot..and still got 50k
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If the truck spends a lot of time on the highway a/t's are a no brainer unless you have the money to replace mud tires. However if you get mud tires just keep the right pressure in them and rotate rotate rotate
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