You all have been talking about these bfg tires, how good are they, are they better then pro comps or super swampers
It's all a matter of opinion, average highway time, type of terrain, and pocket money...
I happen to like BFG because they have an aggressive tread, strong sidewalls and I could get them more cheaply than most (used to do have a hookup).
My last set of tires were BFG Mud Terrains, mostly because of the aggressive tread, but since I don't drive 80 miles back and forth to work anymore I can save on tire life... before that I had BFG All-Terrains...
not sure bout pro comps but me personally kinda shy away from Superswampers
for one they are Bias-ply
and two they have a very short tread life to them
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