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Best tires out of the 3 brands for my 2000 7.3 Excursion in a 35x12.50x17

Falken WildPeak A/T3W

BFG All Terrain T/A KO2

GoodYear DuraTrac
 

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I love BFG KO2s, "I put that sh*t on everything!". Always treated me well.
 

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Duratracs are MT tire should not be in same list with AT tires
MT Duratracs will wear out twice as fast as those others
Falkens are MEH
Get the BFG from that list

You should consider Cooper AT3 and Dick cepek Extreme country IMO
 

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I also owned the Falken Wildpeak ATs when I purchased Shamu, and they lasted about 40k miles, and weren't too rough or wear unevenly, they weren't too bad surprisingly.
 

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Bought a truck a few years ago, it came with Falkens... vibrated like hell (even re-balanced) and deformed.

Replaced with used BFG's, and it was like night & day; ran smooth, wore evenly. Nice tire. Highly recommend BFG.
 

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Though not on your short list I'd look at the Nitto Ridge Grapplers, I love mine on my F250
My BFG K02's only survived 28k miles
 

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Voodoo,

I have to ask.... does your F250 have the IFS front end? I couldn't get any tire to last under the IFS front end.

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Though not on your short list I'd look at the Nitto Ridge Grapplers, I love mine on my F250

My BFG K02's only survived 28k miles
Ridge Grapplers have my vote. Great ride, quiet and good tread wear. They look good IMO also. Ignore the dirty truck lots of rain lately.


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Voodoo,



I have to ask.... does your F250 have the IFS front end? I couldn't get any tire to last under the IFS front end.



Cj
No, its a leaf sprung 4x4 with the solid axle
Alignment is a lot more critical on the IFS

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Ridge Grapplers have my vote. Great ride, quiet and good tread wear. They look good IMO also. Ignore the dirty truck lots of rain lately.


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What is your wheel/tire size setup?
 

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35 12.50 R20. I honestly am not sure about the offset on the rims I just knew I didn't want the tires sticking out of the fender wells slinging stuff all down the side.

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How much lift?
 
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