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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2002, 11:53 AM
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BFG MT\'s?

I have a 2WD GMC Sierra w/3" Fabtech Susp. Lift
w/(255/70-16) Pirelli Scorpion A/T's.
Want to put (285/75-16) BFG MT KM's
w/Weld Racing Sidwinder Wheels.......Anyone
out there have any comments
on my choice of tires or wheels? Any bad reviews or
remarks on the choice of tires/wheels? My driving
consists of 60% h/way 40% off-road @ our ranch which
consists of dirt roads,rocks,small hills,mesquite trees,
rocky trails......any advice on choice of tires?
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<font color=green>If you have the money to spend on them you can't beat the BFG M/T. If I were running smaller tires I would run those without question, I ran a set of 31s on my 92 Toyota for 40,000 miles and they still had more than half the tread left.
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I have the BFG MT's on my truck. I love them. Probably won't ever change to a different brand.
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Re: BFG MT\'s?

I am very happy with the way my BFG's work both on road and off road, but they seem to load up pretty bad in sticky mud.

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post #5 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2002, 09:23 PM
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Re: BFG MT\'s?

I like my BFG/MT but they are my first MT. They dont hook up to well on the road like if you mash the gas from a stop. They do make the coolest squiling tire sound Ive ever heard. But there off road tires so I expected a poor on road handling tire. But the are still great on the road even in rain.
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Yeah if you can't suck it up and get swampers, BFG's are your best bet!
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