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BFG A/T KO 6 42.86%
Rugged Trail 0 0%
Wildpeak A/T 0 0%
Hankook Dynapros ATM 8 57.14%
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:09 PM   #1
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Please help me Yall

ok new tire time! I have a 04 Prerunner 4dr. I dont go off roading much at all but i need an a/t for work and they just look good. I was wondering if you guys had any suggestions that wouldnt drain my pocket completly. Ive been looking at Rugged Trails and BFG A/T KO's but id like some more opinions on some different things. a I'd also like to here what yall have to say about the rugged trails because I havent heard much about them. Do they do OK off Road? Do they wear alrite? And all and all would you recomend them?

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Old 12-20-2011, 05:11 PM   #2
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The rugged trails are alright, but I would get the bfg
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Rugged trails are also called rugged fails. I've seen what they do off road. In the dry conditions they suck ass.

I'd reccomend BFG at KO's. They are an aggressive looking, relatively cheap, and last a long time. Love mine.
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:24 PM   #4
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have you guys got any other brands that you are partial too?
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:26 PM   #5
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:27 PM   #6
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I am getting Hankooks Thursday. Dynapros are pretty good too.
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:28 PM   #7
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tires

i have the wildpeak a/t the ride very well and have a great look got mine from discounttiredirect.com they ran around $550 i think
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Rugged trails are also called rugged fails. I've seen what they do off road. In the dry conditions they suck ass.

I'd reccomend BFG at KO's. They are an aggressive looking, relatively cheap, and last a long time. Love mine.
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:37 PM   #9
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I just read some reviews on the Wilpdpeaks and they sound like they are well worth the money, Did you have any problem balancing them?
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Hankook Dynapro ATm




Just could be the best, inexpensive all terrain Tacoma tire ever!
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none at all tread life seem to be good and they wearing evenly im very satisfied with them
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i want to get the General Grabbers At2 but they are out of stock... i cant seem to find a tire i like better... the BFGs look really good but in comparison to the Generals they are about the same and the Generals cost less...
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Hankook Dynapro ATm




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They look great but it looks like you roll in sand well they nearest sand dune is 200+ miles from my house. we re all about mud down hear, do you think they would hold up in mud. and thank you for the advice
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They look great but it looks like you roll in sand well they nearest sand dune is 200+ miles from my house. we re all about mud down hear, do you think they would hold up in mud. and thank you for the advice
http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...842&vid=008235

What I'm getting. From what I have read on discount tire and reviews there and an F-150 forum they are decent for just about any type of off roading.
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Ok thank yall for taking the time to help me out. I'd still like some feed back on some brands so i can find the best tire for my money. If i knew how to set up a poll i would.
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They look great but it looks like you roll in sand well they nearest sand dune is 200+ miles from my house. we re all about mud down hear, do you think they would hold up in mud. and thank you for the advice
That was beach sand in Baja... here are some mud & snow pics...













No problems at all...
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another vote for the hankooks. these are awesome tires. you'll also save a bunch of money buying these because they are alot cheaper than bfgs or other comparable size tires.



also, no at is going to perform as well in the mud as a true mt tire. but you will trade on road performance if you go the mt route. there's no tire that will do it all. you have to pick and prioritize what is most important to you.
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well I've looked all over Discount Tire and these are what Ive narrowed it down to.

Wildpeak A/T- $172

Rocky Mountain ATS- $167 (does anyone know anything about them?)

General Grabber AT2 Studdable- $148 ( again I know othing bout them,but
they look sweet)

DynaPro ATM RF10- $152 ( I have read countless reviews and not one has
had anything bad to say about them)

Nitto Terra Grappler A/T- $172 (My buddy runs these and swears by them,
I've seen the stuff they can go thru and they
go pretty much anywhere frim what ive seen)

Sorry about all of yall that are partial to the BFG'S but damn $238 is more than i can afford
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well I've looked all over Discount Tire and these are what Ive narrowed it down to.

Wildpeak A/T- $172

Rocky Mountain ATS- $167 (does anyone know anything about them?)

General Grabber AT2 Studdable- $148 ( again I know othing bout them,but
they look sweet)

DynaPro ATM RF10- $152 ( I have read countless reviews and not one has
had anything bad to say about them)

Nitto Terra Grappler A/T- $172 (My buddy runs these and swears by them,
I've seen the stuff they can go thru and they
go pretty much anywhere frim what ive seen)

Sorry about all of yall that are partial to the BFG'S but damn $238 is more than i can afford
Just got these today. Had the Nittos and they don't last very long. Go buy the Hankooks. Much quieter than the Nittos as well.
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