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i have a 98 4x4 f150 with a 4in life on it i like to go play in the mud on the weekends but it is also my daily driver and so i am looking at either the BFGoodrich all terrain t/a k/o or the nitto terra grappler
i am just looking for some feedback on what yall think and have had good luck with thanks!
My Terra Grapplers do well in the mud and on the road. Now mind you they are no Bogger, if you like to play in the real nasty stuff you might want to look into a real mud tire. Mine have done well in Alabama red mud, sand and tilled up pasture land and have great highway manners.
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I've got Nitto Terra grapplers (285 75) on the back of my 88 and so far they've done pretty good in light-medium mud, but the first time I got in some deep black clay they got clogged (but texas black clay can clog a bogger if ya tried hard enough) and ended all forward moment, but at least they didn't dig straight down with no moment like some tires do, so it was easy to get pulled out.
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im goin with the TSL radial ive seen many reviews and comments and i know a guy who runs them and so far he absolutely loves them he had boggers but he needed longer tread life he says they are comparable to the bogger in most types of mud but 10x better on the highway and they are better on sideways slopes as they have a good center lug pattern and the boggers dont....on my truck i have 31 pro comp m/ts and they are good highway tire some noise but i wouldnt recommend them for a truck that sees alot of mud they dont clean well and bogg down bad ive heard the pro compe x-treme series m/ts are decent
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