Re: Tires and Rims
Try the Bridgestone Dueler AT's if you are wanting an all around higher-end AT tire. I've used mine on sand, hard pack, snow, ice, and lighter mud with great results. They are fairly quiet for an AT and should give you 50-60k before replacement if most of your miles are on-road. I've also used the Michelin AT, but would not buy them again....fairly expensive, not very aggressive in mud, and after 30k miles, started to wear unevenly. I have also used the BFG's, but they annoyed me on the highway, altho I think they are about the same as the Bridgestone in aggressiveness offroad. I have not used the new BFG KO, altho I have to wonder if they improved the onroad handling characteristics and noise. Bridgestone has a 30 day ride guarantee (the only reason I even bothered to try them in the first place!!), so try out a set and if they annoy you, you can always take em back.