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My BFG's are on their last leg so its about time for some new ones. I DON'T want BFG's again. I've been leaning towards Nitto Terra Grappler's or even Toyo Open Country but am not set on anything yet. My dad has Firestone Transforce AT's on his 97 1 ton and really likes them. they are firestone's replacement of the steel tex that were factory on a lot of the OBS trucks.

my question is what do you guys recommend? im just going to keep the same 33" size that i have now which is 285/75/16 and i just want a good AT tire that will last
 

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Kumho good tire low price.
 

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I hate to derail, but why don't you want Bfg's again?
 

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goodyear wrangler duratrac...heard ALOT of good things out of those
 

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After looking at the diesel power challenge trucks, I think the Nittos are where it's at. Almost every truck is running them.
 

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I hate to derail, but why don't you want Bfg's again?
actually i didn't buy them this time. they came on the truck. im just not a fan of them nor have i ever been.
 

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Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ's FTW!
 

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I've run the bfg all terrain tire for years, and although pretty aggressive looking, not a good snow tire.
I have the toyo open country now, and love them. Very quiet, great balance, and excellent snow traction.
 

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Hankook Dynapro ATM RF10.
Looks like in the size you're looking for that they are "E" rated for 3800lbs.
I had them on my F:(150 and loved 'em. They did awesome in all weather conditions.

There are plenty of reviews out there for trucks closer to yours in size.
 

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What do you need from a tire?
On road most of the time?
Do you want a mileage warranty?
 

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What do you need from a tire?
On road most of the time?
Do you want a mileage warranty?
this pretty much sums it up:
My BFG's are on their last leg so its about time for some new ones. I DON'T want BFG's again. I've been leaning towards Nitto Terra Grappler's or even Toyo Open Country but am not set on anything yet. My dad has Firestone Transforce AT's on his 97 1 ton and really likes them. they are firestone's replacement of the steel tex that were factory on a lot of the OBS trucks.

my question is what do you guys recommend? im just going to keep the same 33" size that i have now which is 285/75/16 and i just want a good AT tire that will last
Yeah mostly on road probably 95% of the time.
and yeah, i would prefer a mileage warranty

so far i think im leaning toward the Nitto Terra Grappler AT's. They got decent reviews and i have a few friends with them who have recommended them.
 

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i have run the firestones (the ones with 4 ribs not 5) and i loved them i have also run the terra grapplers and they are an awesome tire as well. my pops has run the open countrys on his dodge and he loves those as well. they are all great tires in my opinion its just what you want to spend and how they look on your truck.
 

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I have run the Firestone Destination A/T's on 3 different trucks since they came out. Best A/T all around I've found, And not expensive. I drive about 70% on road (usually REALLY BAD ROADS). But I can't say anything bad about any of the others recommended in previous posts either (except BFG).
 

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Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ's FTW!
:whs: thats the tires im running on this truck right now. you can see it in my sig, very good tire! lasts long
 

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I have run the Firestone Destination A/T's on 3 different trucks since they came out. Best A/T all around I've found, And not expensive. I drive about 70% on road (usually REALLY BAD ROADS). But I can't say anything bad about any of the others recommended in previous posts either (except BFG).
I put those on my old ranger a few years ago and i liked them and thought they were a good tire but i wore them out way too fast. they only lasted about 25k miles on that
 

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Toyo Open Country... ive had mine on there for 3yrs and never had a problem with them.. excellent snow traction also... thats all i run now on all my vehicles..
 
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