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Old 08-06-2010, 06:26 PM   #1
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Good aggressive/road tire for stock suspension???

I posted this earlier in an old thread but got no replies so I figured I would start another.

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What is a good aggressive/road tire that i can put on the stock Sport suspension??? I'm not looking to lift the truck yet and would like to get rid of these Dunlops before hunting season and winter comes around and I take it to the mountains. Id be OK with trimming a little bit around the wheel wells if I go a little bigger then stock. I do use it as an everyday driver for work but only drive between 10 and 40 miles a day on average.
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BFG AT or Goodyear Duratrac are two good ones.
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265/70/17 and you'll be fine without a lift. You can look at Firestone Destination A/T, Bridgestone Dueler Revo 2, Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs.
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anything descent in a 255/75/17 or 265/70/17....bfg at, bfg mt, duratrac, most mickey thompsons, etc
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anything descent in a 255/75/17 or 265/70/17....bfg at, bfg mt, duratrac, most mickey thompsons, etc
I ran BFG MT's on an F150 I had at one time. Didnt mind them though they did seam to wear a little weird. I was doing alot more drive then (plus F150's used to be known for shit suspension). I've also gotten myself in some bad spots with BFG AT's. Duratracs and Mickey's are a def option though.

I'd like to come up with something in the next few months so my options are pretty open.
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