Tire help!

Discussion in 'F-250 and F-350 Wheels and Tires' started by Venomized, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. Venomized

    Venomized Full Access Member

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    I'm needing to get new tires for my truck but need some opinions. I want an MT tire but need something that's good all around (snow, mud, rain and dry). Please help.
     
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    well, there isnt any tire that will be good in every condition. you will always be sacrificing something.

    with an MT, its winter performance. they suck in winter, unless its super deep snow.
    you can sipe it so its a bit better, which is a decent option. and ive seen a few people sipe KM2's and be more than happy. it's whatI might do for my next tire. havent decided yet.

    but my suggestion for an MT is the BFG KM2, or toyo MT.
     
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    I've had my
    Km2's in mud and sand and they do great in both, can't speak for snow
     
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    Ive looked at the Toyos and i like them. I have a feeling im going to have to settle for an AT tire to get most of what i need use wise
     
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    Duratracs man!! Mine do great on and offroad and they look mean too. No problems with them.

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    hankook dynapro mt's are great all around. I had a set on a Toyota and a set on an Explorer both did fine in mud and snow. They were also quiet and wore great for a mt.
     
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    Get some cooper s/t. Had them siped an used them year round in Alaska so that should speak as to their winter performance. They do good in the mud too an not noisy on the road.
     
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    If you think you'll end up going with an A/T, check out the BFG ATS, that's what I have on my 350 and they've been great in everything, best in the snow, good in mud, ok at the beach but I think that's due to my truck weighing almost 9k lbs ha ha. I had Toyo ATS on one of my f150s and nitto terra grapplers on another. Both awesome on and offroad, snow, mud, and awesome on the beach.


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    BFG AT's suck compared to newer AT's on the market lol.

    They are so out dated.
     
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    I disagree. They're the best I've had on my PSD all around. Traction and wear. And $1000 out the door is the cherry on top. There might be a reason theyve been around forever.


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