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    Registered Highmark's Avatar
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    2003 33 Outlaw w/ 496 HO
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    Bridgestone Dueler A/T

    I got a set of 285 75R 16's on my Chevy 1500HD and love the look and quietness.

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    Forum Regulator VIP Member Sydwayz's Avatar
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    The BFG A/T KO is a superior tire. I had them on my Tahoe, and nearly went with them on my AV 2500. Now that I have the Coopers on my truck, I do believe the Coopers are every bit what the BFGs are, AND they are quieter. Top that off with they are considerably cheaper, and MUCH easier to get your hands on.

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    Registered mama tryed's Avatar
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    ROUX; I can sell you the MTR or the KO , and maybe save you a little Money!

    315/75R16 B.F.G. A/T KO D-ply , R.W.L. = $159.84
    G.Y. Wrangler MTR D-Ply O.W.L. = 169.00

    It would also be 10 to 12 dollars a tire for Freight!!! Check it out with your Local, I might can save you a little Dough!!

  4. #14
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    Re: Tow Rig - Tire Question

    Originally posted by rouxsterre
    Got a Dodge 2500 4X4 Diesel . . . What is a good all-purpose tire ?
    Looking for a taller (33" to 35"), relatively quiet tire, for highway towing (9000 lb.), and some occasional tough off-road.
    Any suggestions?
    I'm getting ready to replace the tires on my 01 F250 which currently are 35/12.5R16.5 BFG M/T. I have been thinking of going with the BFG A/T which I think I can get for around $177ea. I did lift the truck 5 1/2" though for the 35" tires (just something to think about if your looking at larger tires)

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    Registered C M R's Avatar
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    Apr 2003
    Ohio / Georgia
    You wont go wrong with Coopers...Made right here in Findlay. Ohio USA! Great quality...!!

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