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Old November 11th, 2010, 02:12 PM
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As far as I'm concerned BFG a/t are king of all terrains.
Have em on every pick up on the farm and those truck rarely need 4wd.
They go through wet fields and some mud no problem and they run down the road like a street tire. I don't see how they are possibly over rated.
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They're prob good on your farm....For me they're no good in the mud around here, they slip on wet pavement and suck in the winter. The price we have to pay for them up here, we can much better suited tires.


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I'm a big BFG fan also, had them on my 04 F250.

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Old November 11th, 2010, 11:18 PM
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Okay I guess I never took them mudding like I do with the true mud tires on my own truck, however I do think they work quite well as intended, an all terrain, and any tire will spin if you got the power, eh.
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As far as I'm concerned BFG a/t are king of all terrains.
I feel the same way about my current ProComp A/T's.




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I'm a big BFG fan also, had them on my 04 F250.
Well, so much for the "they suck up here" argument!


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If I was a city slicker id prob buy them haha...I just want a more capable tire that I dont have to change out for winter and siping a good mud tire IS the answer...for me. Its twice what a BFG A/T is.


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Hoping these military tires I bought show up soon, I wanna see what they'll do before any bad weather can show up here.

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I personally would not buy bfg A/Ts just because I love true mud tires. However I think they are great tires.
I like my Kumho m/t's
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i had a set of BFG A/T and the handled great on the road and decent off road. Mud is not their strong point but they do good on rocks, sand and dirt. i Now have BFG KM2 and i lve them, the street hum isnt to loud and they are great off road.


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