I need to change steer tires on my 95 F-450 the current tires are Cavailer (Sport King) A/Ts they are a cheap off brand tire made by BFG. I have had the Allseason Kings same manufacturer they are terrible tires aswell. The A/Ts and Allseason Kings are like riding on egg shaped tires they thump and shake. They were on the truck when I bought it they are at 90% tread I don't think I can take the poor handling till they are bald. I used LTX M/S on my 89 for steer tires they made the old truck handle like a cadillac they did live up to what other people have told me. The price of the M/S in 235/85R-16s is 210 dollars each all said and done 450 dollars a little expensive. The set I had on my 89 wore pretty fast they were down to 40% in 18,000kms (11,185 miles) I sold the truck this week but I doubt I would have got another 5000kms (3000 miles) out of them. So I'am looking for opinions on the BFG Commercial T/A Allseason they are 179.00 per tire so 31 dollars a tire cheaper. I know they are more of a rib tread over the LTX M/S they may last abit longer. From the info BFG says about the Allseason T/As they sound like a good tire and should wear better. What I'am wondering is the Commercial T/As any good or should I just bite the bullet and buy the Michelins I will be doing alot more hauling this year the reason why I bought the 95 so the most kilometerage I will get out of the M/S will be 18,000kms (11,185 miles) The Michelin XPS Rib is too mild of a tread for the conditions I work in I need the front tires to steer through the mud not slide like a set of ski's.