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Old 10-21-2002, 10:17 PM
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getting tires for 97 V8 AWD explorer what kind??

01 sport trac 4x4 black
97 explorer xlt AWD v8 blue
91 f-250 xlt lariat 4x4 blue/gray
84 ranger xlt 4x4 black
94 explorer xlt 4x4 purple/gray
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im needing new tires and im running goodyear wrangler rt/s m+s p235/75r15 right now. im looking for somthing with bite i go off roading a littel and i drive in snow so i need somthing that will get traction in mud and snow any ideas????? but not to harsh i will be useing on road too so somthing that will do all this and maybe make the handle a littel better????
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My first pick would be the Bridgestone Dueller A/T or M/T and second would be the Futura Dakota RVT...
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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 26-Oct-02 AT 10:04 AM (EST)]I'd have to go with BF Goodrich Long Trail (better on the road) or BFG Rugged Trail (better off-road). I have a '97 Explorer and will soon have it in the snowy mountains of Wyoming. I will also be using it to drive to Kansas every now and then. Next time I replace the tires, I'm going with the Long Trails.

BF Goodrich has an unbeatable reputation in the off-road industry, and these two sets of tires are a compromise between off-road and highway tread designs.


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