Got a question...but first...
I've been yacking here for a while and realized I haven't properly introduced myself, so here's a short introduction.
The wife and I moved to Helena, MT after bailing out of the Seattle area 2-1/2 years ago.
Lived there all our lives, don't ask, OK, you asked, had my 40th birthday party blow-out the week before we moved.
We certainly get out off-roading alot more here than there, and we really never did much of the "city-culture" stuff anyway.
Folks around here actually wave at each other on the road cause they're just happy to see someone!
I've really enjoyed giving my 2cents worth (and then some) at times on the Ford forums.
Hopefully I've actually helped
someone with my comments on occasion.
Without further ado, has anyone used BFG Trac Edge??
I run BFG AT's 33/12.5/15's on 15X10's in the summer,
and BFG MT's (siped) 235/85/16's on 16X7 white-wagon-wheels in the winter.
I'm a firm believer in the pounds per square inch and cookie cutter tire theory for ice and snow.
Well, the ole MT's are about down to nothing, and I was planning on picking up a set of the Trac Edge's (studded)
since we've got ice here pretty much from October to April.
I'm tired of the "white knuckle" flights through town and up to the ski area without the studs for stopping and turning insurance.
Here's what they look like.
da web site
Thanks for listening.
WD-40 Reverend Grip-Shift
85 Bronco XLT, '69 351W, C6-Shift Kit, 9"-Detroit, Dana 44-Tru Trac, 2" Lift, 33X12.5s