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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-13-2007, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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Now taking tire suggestions for 20" wheels

Figured I'd start a new thread and see what you guys suggest for tires. My wheels are 20x10 and the current tire size I'm running is 325/60r20. I'd like to stick with A/T's, hopefully get some decent mileage out of them and do well offroad (no "real" mud in Colorado, just rocky Jeep trails), and also need them to perform well in the snow.

Currently I'm running BFG A/T's, and I haven't been too happy with this set. Got a nice sized split in the sidewall, and upon further inspection I have a lot of huge chunks taken out of the tread from rocks and whatever else. This set just hasn't held up as well as the last set, and I have a feeling that the quality of the BFG A/T's has dropped a bit.

Ok! Let the suggestions begin!

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Re: Now taking tire suggestions for 20" wheels

I'm about to give these a try. Should be on the truck tommorow.

325 60 r20 Kumho AT. Paid 279 ea for em.







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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-13-2007, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah I was reading your other thread about those too. For the price they sound great. What treadlife warranty do they have?

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Not 100% sure on that. Called Kumho and got some ignorant chick that could only tell me that they had a rating of 500 a/b. ???





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So probably 40K-50K is what I can expect to get out of them.

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Well I took the plunge and ordered the Kumho's. They should be here in a few days and probably mounted on my truck no later than Monday. From all the ratings I've seen, they are just as good or even better than the BFG's, and for much less money. So I'm going to try them out. For the price, I won't be nearly as upset if they only last as long as my BFG's have.

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I really dont have to say it... BUT I WILL

Toyo MT's...

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ROFL

Sorry Joe, just don't want M/T's on my truck. Dang, that's twice I've dissed you now!

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