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Old 12-07-2013, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by doc_f250 View Post
With stock tires & not aired down.....you are looking to get stuck easily.
X2. If you air down remember to air back up before you hit the highway.
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Which Kind of tyres Would you guys recommend? I would not like to uplift it, Since I want a truck for a long run and At the same time like to do some off roading on the beach. Choosing a dully because I would to haul boat and trailer.
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AT type tires would probably be the better choice. I have always went with BFG's Rugged Trail or AT's, never had any issues with getting stuck, air down for sand as mentioned.
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