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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-28-2005, 03:46 PM
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BF Goodrich tires?

Does anyone use these on their jeep wrangler bf goodrich all terrain T/A KO the size i am looking at is 30/9.50/15? If so how do they do off road and in the rain and snow on the highway?

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Re: BF Goodrich tires?

My parents have a set of 235's on their cherokee, great tires, decent in the woods, nice on the highway, good in snow/rain. I think they have over 60k on their set and that jeeps likes to spin the tires.
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Re: BF Goodrich tires?

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/survey...y.jsp?type=HAS

great place to learn about tire ratings
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Re: BF Goodrich tires?

I have BFG AT's on my 84 CJ and ProComp At's on the wife's Cherokee.
I think the BFG's hold the ride better and longer than the ProComp's.

Go BFG....and make sure you get the road hazard insurance....
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Re: BF Goodrich tires?

I run BFG ATs in the 32x11.5 size on my TJ and I really like them. As quiet as the OEM Goodyear Wranglers on the highway. On road, they have performed excellent in both rain and snow. Off road, the do very well in most conditions except mud. They clog up in the mud, but do well in sand and hard pack dirt. I don't do much rockcrawling, so I can't comment on that. Good treadwear, too.
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Re: BF Goodrich tires?

Here's what they will look like, 30x9.5x15 BFG AT:



Great in snow and on ice, OK aired down on rock or sand. Absolutely useless in mud.

There are Timberline MTs on it now.

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