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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2002, 02:36 PM
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BFG- AT vs MT??

Hello, I am getting the bug to get new tires soon and I am thinking of going to 33"x10.5"x15" and the only tire maker that I know of that makes such a tire is B.F. Goodrich.

Does anyone have any experience good or bad with this size of tire? Also most (90%) of my driving is street so I was thinking of going with a AT tread this time, are these pretty good off road?

My off roading is a mix of desert rocks and mountians, not much mud in Colorado anymore. The reason that I am going with the 33"x10.5" is that I am pretty sure that I can squeze these under my bronco without any more lift than I am running now, 2" in back and 1" in front. Plus going to the 10.5" width vs the 12.5" width I should not kill my turning radus.

Thanks in advance
Dave Couch
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2002, 03:24 PM
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Re: BFG- AT vs MT??

I have several buddies that use that tire (AT) in that size or the LT equivalent and swear by them. There are other tire options available. I see them on other rigs in the parking lot. I'll see if I can get some names for you. I use the BFG AT in Utah rocks, desert, mud and snow with no complaints
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