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    Whos got the best tires?

    I'm in need of tires for my truck again. I had Pro-comp tires, and they are about worn out with 70K on them. I don't care for the looks of them, but they have been good tires, and quiet till about 10K miles back, lost wet weather/snow traction. The size is 295/75/16 limited selection, so who's got feed back... Thanks in advance
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    I've had decent luck with my BFG All-Terrains. Good traction off road, especially aired-down in the sand...terrible in mud, though.

    But my next tire will be Nitto Terra Grapplers. I know a few people who own/love them, and many guys on the Cummins forums swear by them.

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    Bridgestone AT Revo's....Best tires on the market IMHO.....

    Used them on the work truck, got 60K on them and they still ride and look like new....The tires outlasted the truck....

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    I got some Nitto Terra Grapplers last time. Been real happy with those. Co-worker has 35 Mud Grapplers and he likes his too.

    Father in Law is in the business and still swears by Nokians, atleast for snow around here...their Vactivas are supposed to last forever and do well in the snow/ice

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    I don't think you can go wrong with BFG all terrrains
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    Can't go wrong with Nitto Terra Grapplers or BFG all terrains.

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    I have 6 newer 07+ chevy 2500's on my farm and dairy- mostly on caliche and gravel roads, after the stockers wore at 13-20k I had Nitto Terrra Graplers put on- my 2 duramax's 1 with 17's is at about 50k and still fair tread, my personal got 20's with 305.55.20 now I am at 24k and looking for new tires. the gas 6.0L trucks got less than 50k. I now have Hankook's new mt on one, Michelin at's on another- one got Yoko Geolander at's and the last guy thought the nittos were best and got them again. So for my truck with 20's they suck (my last truck had 18's and they did ok) the trucks on stock rims are doing ok- my Dad is doing the best with them but his truck doesn't get past Senior Citizen speeds. It seems like the Nittos are good on <18" rims. My next tires will be the Mickey off roads- I've heard go about those on bigger rims. My .02 and nothing more!
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    Have a few friends that like the Nitto's, but seems they wear a little prematurely. I like the BFG's as well, but they are a little bit noisey.
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    The stock BFG's that came on my 04 F250 lasted 70,000 miles with about 10 tire rotations on them. They were BFG Ruged Trail T/A's. Used mainly for street driving or towing with some desert use getting to camping spots.

    I have Yokohama Geolanders on there now and don't think they are wearing as good.

    I think the key is rotating them regularly.

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    Spend the bucks and get the Michelins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rschap1 View Post
    I got some Nitto Terra Grapplers last time. Been real happy with those. Co-worker has 35 Mud Grapplers and he likes his too.

    Father in Law is in the business and still swears by Nokians, atleast for snow around here...their Vactivas are supposed to last forever and do well in the snow/ice
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    i like the BFG all terrains its the only tire i will buy

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    Toyo's and Nitto's are my first choice. BFG's would be a close second.

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    It's looking like NITTO's, BFG is just too a big nut to crack for some treads.
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