January 5, 2004OK OK they are a good tire if you like to drive ON THE ROAD but dont bother if you go off.. they arnt that great as everyone says.. i know a guy that tore the sidewalls in 22 35x12.5x15 bfg mt`s in a course of about 4 years and he`s a ***** when it comes to wheeling.. but buy whatever.. if ya tear a sidewall i wont say i told you so
Forums : General Tech Questions : B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires (168 Views)
January 5, 2004I get the impression he`s not going to do alot of off-roading so the A/T`s are a good pick.
January 14, 2004It all depends what kind of driving that you`ll be doing- I`ve had good luck with 31/10.50 15 Radial all terains on a `72 K 10 that i had years ago, but that was for predominantly on road driving- I do some occasional off roading ( cutting firewood, ( eastern ohio hill country), use same tires on plow truck, so I need a good all around tire- I have had excellent tread life and traction from Mud KINGS (265/75 16 Size) on my 93 k2500 longbed- gets me through the hollows, muddy creekbeds, excellent snow traction, and, not too bad a ride for a mud tire! Also, used to run Star Trail Busters on an `82 shortbed stepside K10 - good , self cleaning NON-RADIAL tire, but boy do they love to "sing" on the highway...
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January 15, 2004I had a set on both a Dakota I had a long time ago, and there where a set on my Ram that I have now, and I thought they were a good tire. I think because of the tri-guard sidewall, there was a rougher ride, but still pretty good offroad. But, they are an all-terran tire, not a mud tire, so they arent going to be all that good in mud. I wouldve bought another set for my Ram, but I got a really good deal on my Yokos. Besides, the Yokos I have are a lot better ride quality, plus they dont have any road noise what so ever.