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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-21-2002, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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hey guys, i got a question, im working on my bronco 95, soon ill be off roading, nothing serious, but i dont know how far can i go whit my tires, they are a wrangler at/s 31x10.50, by the way, whats the difference between at and at/s?
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You can go as far as your clearance lets you. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] The Bronco is amazingly versitile in stock form. I beat the hell out of mine and loved every minute of it. But like any other type of junky I needed more. I'm addicted to wheelin and offroad performance and I don't want a cure! [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img] AT: All Terain. I'm not sure about AT/s maybe: All Terrain/Snow ?
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Re: how far can i go?

What do you mean "...how far..."? The mileage rating for the tires or how serious of terrain you can get thru?

AT just means All-Terrain, which is slightly more suited to off-roading than highway tires, but not nearly as agressive as mud tires. "AT/S" is some manufacturer's designation - it doesn't mean anything in particular, except that the tread is slightly different from the same mfr's AT tire tread.
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ok but what i mean is, how good are their performance, if i can play in mud or sand, how good are their performance in those terrains?
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It really depends more on how you drive than the tire tread. I've seen guys get a HMMWV stuck where I can drive my truck thru. You can go thru any terrain, but be prepared for it: bring rope, straps, chains, a come-along, a winch, a dirt anchor, or another vehicle to get you out if you DO get stuck.
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