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Old 08-08-2010, 02:27 PM
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ok. 4 inch superlift on the way and new rims i picked up at carsile yesterday. wondering what tires you guys are running. i dont do a lot of offroading but i pull a lot of trailers on dirt roads and the winters here in PA arnt something to mess with. looking at 35's. also i have a set of stock wheels with a good set of 265/75r16's on them for sale if anyone is interested. p.m. me for more details.
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1997 F250 XLT 7.3 PSD 4x4. TYMAR INTAKE, DPP 6 POS CHIP, 1.00 A/R, 17* HPOP, INTERCOOLER, STAGE II'S, Jasper remain trans, 3 DOWNPIPE, 5" BACK, 6 INCH STACKS, GLOWSHIFT GAUGES, 4 INCH LIFT, 35 TRAIL GRAPPERS, 17 AMERICAN EAGLE RIMS, 5000 LB AIR BAGS, 10K WINCH [wrecked] - JEFF
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Old 08-08-2010, 03:16 PM
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I'd go 35's. Should fit nice with your lift and handle the snow pretty good. If you are wanting better snow/wet traction and good towing charachteristics I would go with a more all-terrain type tire instead of the mud-terrain. But that's up to you and your preference. Definately get a load range E tire though.
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I run a set of TOYO At's they do have a 315x75x16 I am running 295x70x16 and I love the tires they are quiet on the highway with zero bounce or sway since I haul a large goose neck (when my truck is running lol) I also live in florida and the tires handle our sugar sand with ease just keep em rotated and they will last a long time I rotate around 5k miles... BFG AT's are also a good tire but I opted for the TOYO for price and better wear pattern...
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i love toyos too but cant find them in a 17. i like the look of the nitto dune grappler and there E rated but never heard of anyone running them
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The Nitto Terra Grapplers are supposed to be great. I know a few people who run them and love them.
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I've got the TOYO AT and love them no noise like the mud brutes i had
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ive hade a set of them to but cant find them in a 35x12.50r17 or a 315/70r17
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I have a few buddies that have run them before and they said they wouldnt run them again... One had a 250 duramax and the other a 99 f350 they both said the same thing, if you don't rotate every 3-5k they wear funny and begin to bounce and neither had as much luck in sand as the toyos or the BFG's thats just my experience...
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well just ordered nitto trail grapplers $296 each
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Geez, $300 each? That's steep. I hope they work well for you. Let us know how they do on the truck...
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when was the last time you bought tires? all the prices sky rocketed
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I had set of Cooper Discover S/T 35's and the were awesome tires. They were killer in the snow with very little tread left.
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how many miles did you get out of the enduro mt's?
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theres just over 20k on them now and still lots of tread
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