Better than bfg a/t?

Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by grassmasterswilson, Oct 12, 2011.

  1. unkownfl

    unkownfl LawnSite Gold Member
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    Bfg radial long trail t/a or rugged trail would be a good fit for you. I use long trail on my f250 my explorer had rugged trails from the factory best set of tires I ever had on a SUV. I've tried contenintal and michelin but they always wore funny from higher speed turns the BFG don't round off the edges near as much.
  2. BaxtersEssentialLawnCare

    BaxtersEssentialLawnCare LawnSite Senior Member
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    Look at procomp. I run extreme at 2s they have about 10k and no signs of ware and a lot cheaper than the bfgs, they have more spacing than the bfgs so less clogging issues in the mud than the bfgs, which is a big issue with them.
  3. Bigkrank

    Bigkrank LawnSite Member
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    Had 3 sets BFG A/T and One set BFG M/T. Went with Hankook DynaPro MT. Can't believe how quiet they are for an agressive tire.

    Know a large fleet operater that will buy nothing but Hankook ATM and MT tires now and he's tried about everything.
  4. luis@NJ

    luis@NJ LawnSite Senior Member
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    Bro that website looks good
  5. knox gsl

    knox gsl LawnSite Fanatic
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    General Grabber AT2 similar tread design as a BFG A/T but at 2/3 the price. Similar performance and road noise. I have had them on my wife's jeep for about 2 years, 25K miles and they are near the half way mark to being wornout. I don't know how well they do in mud but then are great for trail riding and snow.

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