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Old 11-28-2009, 12:50 PM
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Tire advice?

I currently have BFG's mud terrain tires on my 1991 F350. It's my daily driver/work truck/mud truck... I use my baby for everything. I love the BFG's but they are worn totally. I'm just wondering if anyone knows any other good tires that will work good with mud n snow n such that could be possibly cheaper? The tires are 315/75/16's by the way.
 
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Old 11-28-2009, 01:13 PM
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I Like Pro Comp myself BFG makes a good product but they have become quite pricey check out the pro comp website to look at their products
 
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Old 11-28-2009, 03:11 PM
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ProComps are OK, from what ive heard they wear out kinda quick for a mud terrain. Hate to say it, but if your looking for a good DD mud tire, youll be hard pressed to find a set that will last as long as those bfgs for less money.

For the sake of research though, Toyo tires are real popular with the super duty guys that see mostly street. they last along time, are quiet on road, and still perform well off road. But i dont think theyre cheap.
 
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As stated by rebel blue. You will be hard pressed to beat the BF muds for the wear and performance, but yes they are nuts in their price dept. My brother has had pretty good luck w DUNLOP mud rovers. And i am currently running micky thompson MTZ and happy w them
 

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