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Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: 88SuperTrooper] #758101 10/19/06 02:02 AM
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i4i Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
I'm running Bridgestone Dualer AT 265/70/16
they are not cheap but they are worth it...

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Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: i4i] #758102 10/19/06 02:43 AM
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Sc0rp10n Offline
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I'm a big procomp fan.

I personally think their AT's are some of the best out there. Make a BFG allterrain look like a bald car tire.



2000 XJ Classic - Classically a POS
1994 Isuzu Amigo XS -Sold
1972/3 CJ5 Glass body, 5" lift 34's. 5 years of work coming to an end.
Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: Sc0rp10n] #758103 10/19/06 03:19 AM
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Mudrunner
BFG AT's are good for one thing I think, Sitting on. Ever since they Redesigned the tread face and the "bead-Protector", Yeah right. They Do not get the wear they used to, and they Cup Out On the inner and outer shoulders, they opened it up too much. Some People Love BFG's to death and will not run anything else. Others like the stance they give. Some like them for just Hyway use but they complain about the Wear. And Ill take Procomp over BFG At's any day, the Mud Terrain KO Ill take those over Procomp's. BTW, nice input on this question Thank you


89'Isuzu Trooper LS 5 spd 2.6L
31" Big O X/T's
15x8 Eagle 058's
K&N Filter w/ Air Box Mod
2.25" DynoMax SuperTurbo
PolyUrathane/Indy4X Bushings
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Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: i4i] #758104 10/19/06 04:26 AM
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holger Offline
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I run 235/75-17 Bridgestone AT Revo.
This is 31" tire.


Oleg
Axiom 4WD 2004: OME shocks, 32" BFG Mudders, RockSliderz, OME929+2" spacers, Stinkyfab bent RE rear links, front ARB locker, rear No-Slip locker, DOR front axle lowering kit, custom middle section skid plate, IronMan torsion bars.
Deceased Rodeo'02 4WD.
Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: 88SuperTrooper] #758105 10/19/06 09:01 PM
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Strider93 Offline
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BFG AT's are good for one thing I think, Sitting on. Ever since they Redesigned the tread face and the "bead-Protector", Yeah right. They Do not get the wear they used to, and they Cup Out On the inner and outer shoulders, they opened it up too much. Some People Love BFG's to death and will not run anything else. Others like the stance they give. Some like them for just Hyway use but they complain about the Wear. And Ill take Procomp over BFG At's any day, the Mud Terrain KO Ill take those over Procomp's. BTW, nice input on this question Thank you


Actually, I like that bead protector on the BFG's. They do a good job of protecting the rims from my wife's parking jobs next to curbs. I did notice that the new TA/KOs wore pretty soon on the highway, but that was mostly due to my wife's driving it on the highway. I still got 58K miles out of them, and could have gotten more but winter snow was upon me... Where I live, the BFG AT is the best tire for the type of off-road that I'll see. I haven't seen Procomps though, and I'll take a look at both those and the Yokohamas. In the past I have had Duelers, and their sand traction sucked.

Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: Strider93] #758106 10/19/06 09:42 PM
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Smiley Offline
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The Rodeo has had:
LT-225/75-R16-D Pirelli Scorpion A/Ts
LT-225/75-R16-D Sport King A/Ts (split belts on all 4)
LT-245/75-R16-E Sport King A/Ts (warrenty replacements for above)
LT-265/75-R16-C Cooper Discoverer STTs (M/T)
LT-265/75-R16-D Goodyear MT/Rs

Of the A/Ts, I prefered the Scorpions by far.
Of the M/Ts, it's a tough call...
The STTs voided mud a whole lot better - but in every other situation, the MT/Rs have been very impressive.



The VehiCROSS has had:
P-245/70-R16 (the cheapest pieces of crap the Dealership would spring for)
P-255/70-R16 Bridgestone Dueler A/T REVOs

With so much time having passed between the Rodeo's old Scorpions and the VX's REVOs, it's kind of hard to say for sure - but if I had to choose from among the two, I believe I'd rather have the REVOs... they really kick some serious butt in snow!


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Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: Smiley] #758107 10/25/06 01:59 AM
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32x12.50x15 Pro Comp MT's on my Rodeo.Ive also run BFG AT's on my Blazer and Tahoe.

The Pro Comps are WORLDS better offroad, but the BFG's wear better, ride quiter, and cost less.

I still like the Pro Comps better tho. smile Thats why they're on the Rodeo!


1996 Rodeo 3.2l 4wd
3" Indy4x lift - 3" Body Lift - Calmini torsion bars - Superwinch hubs - Independent4x brake lines - 32x10.5x15 Pro Comp MT's - Flowmaster 2.5" cat-back - Indy4x Tie Rods - Rear Lockright
Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: TeamPSI] #758108 10/25/06 03:39 AM
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maxwell417 Offline
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Oh no not another tire thread <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" />


On the 4door Trooper 33x12.50rx15 Pro Comp MT's. I got really cheap deal 4 for 100 bucks with wheels. Good in the mud, but noisy tires just trying to wear them out DD and wheeling. I just can't take the howling for 500 miles to the mountains, so for long trips Pepboys Futura Dakotas ATs 33x12.50rx15. I really like the PB AT tires, but they suck in the mud. Likely to put BFG MTs on when the PC MTs wear down.

BFG MT 33x10.50r-15s on the RS Trooper, love them. Long lived and quiet for a MT tire.


Curt B 89RS Calmini Header Delta Cam 33x10.5 BFG MTs & 90 Trooper 3.4 v6, SAS D44 ARB/Hobart 5.38s 35s my pictures
Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: maxwell417] #758109 10/25/06 03:44 AM
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Re: What type of tires do you guys run? [Re: bob large] #758110 10/25/06 03:53 AM
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strawmyers Offline
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Goodyear MT/R's


I agree. Currently running a set of 32x11.50's and they are the best tire I have ever owned on any vehicle. For a DD/weekend wheeler, IMHO they're hard to beat. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


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