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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-13-2009, 12:04 AM Thread Starter
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Needing Tires, and help

hey yall

so my dads truck is in need of some tires, and for all that he's done for me i want to get them so he doesnt have to worry about the $$$ involved.

truck, 2002 f250 gasser, reg cab, long bed, 1 ton

needs, Snow plow truck, tows a 13K 5r, has weight in the bed almost always

looking for something that will be a good snow plow and towing tire... with decent life. the tires he has now were rated at 35K miles... they lasted 18- 20K miles...

hoping to get something good for under 250 a rubber..

any help from personal use's??

thanks

2002 F350 extended cab XLT, 4x4 auto,194K mi @ 10/25/13, ELF7405, DP F5, ultra light gauges, all kinds of "improvements" Yukon Grizzly locker 6K helper springs, x code fronts. 2 Y2K jetta Tdi. RC2 tuned
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-13-2009, 12:40 AM
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Re: Needing Tires, and help

Size?

BFG all terrain Rotate every 5k

Toyo Open country

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Re: Needing Tires, and help

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Size?

BFG all terrain Rotate every 5k

Toyo Open country
dar, forgot that. currently stock size @ 265-75-16 would go with that.. and can clear upto 305's..??

load range E, and theres no uneven tread ware, skuffing, anything. there worn perfectly flat. surprising as hell.. but they are.

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Re: Needing Tires, and help

I have heard very good things about the Goodyear silent armor tires. I know a few people that have them and they claim that they get more that the rated life out of them.

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Re: Needing Tires, and help

BFG all terrains load range E, great plowing tire!!!

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Re: Needing Tires, and help

I would go with the BFG All Terrains, no question
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-14-2009, 01:48 PM
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Re: Needing Tires, and help

Do the new hanook a/t. Just as good as the bfg but cheaper. I've sold more of the hankooks in the past few months. It's call the RF10
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