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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Bayou Bengal View Post
I just got some cooper discover AT3s. So far so good.
A cousin of mine got a set of these for his Bronco and he swears by them.
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You might want to consider the Nitto Terra Grappler G2 tires. It's worth the money.
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BFG AT KO2s, I have these in a 33 on my BKO and they’ve been awesome on wet and dry pavement, snow, and sand. Also have a set of Toyo OC AT IIs on my Taco in the 265/70R16 flavor. Awesome performance everywhere I took the BFGs and only about half the price. usually has Toyos on sale for 15% quite often.

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Still a fan of the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTracs. It's more of an AT/MT mix but man, I've been so happy and impressed with 'em. I also noticed while visiting a friend, all the local LEO trucks have them installed in the city south of me. Pretty solid endorsement, fwiw.
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My redneck 78 came with some ol'd maxxis mudder buckshots and honestly I'm a fan. abit loud when doing highway speeds but thats not reall their purpose lol
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