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BFG Mud vs. Yokohama GEOLANDAR M/T

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by night_angel, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. night_angel

    night_angel [OP] Well-Known Member

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    BF Goodrich's Mud-Terrain T/A KM 285/70/17 (284us)
    vs.
    Yokohama GEOLANDAR M/T G001 265/70/17 (210us)

    pros. and cons.

    I wanted an opinion from you...

    I have 3" Lift..., need the more for mud and sand...
     
  2. night_angel

    night_angel [OP] Well-Known Member

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    RelentlessTaco Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    I love my BFG KM2s, as did I with my old set of KM's, so I vote for the BFG's. In addition, ive never read much positive about those yokohamas in reviews i've read in the past.
     
  4. dysfunctnlretard

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    If you can afford the BFGs, I say go for them. They are quite an amazing tire and most reviews put them above the Yokohama MTs
     
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    go for the bfgs. they are bad. especially for a daily driver
     
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    Also, my preference is more for sand then mud.
     
  8. night_angel

    night_angel [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I have buy the Yokohama.... and I'm happy with them,excellent on sand, and the road with much Water...
     
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    Cool, just saw your build thread. Im likely leaning towards the Yoko MT's also once I get my OME lift on.
     
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